The Past and the Present in International Conflicts and Individual Psychotherapy
Can the foundations of psychotherapy provide insight into today's conflict?
Coupling Passion with Compassion in the Life of Rosalynn Carter and Ourselves
Rosalynn Carter’s life can serve as an example to us all.
Calendar Psychiatry and a Hoped for International Day of Thanksgiving
How do specific calendar days impact mental health?
Are We All Subject to Some Psychological Hostage-Taking?
What are some examples of psychological hostage-taking?
In Memoriam: For the Dead and the Living, A Delayed Eulogy for Eyad El-Sarraj, MD
Let us honor Eyad El-Sarraj, MD's vision together.
We Answer the Call for a Joint Jewish and Muslim Psychiatrist Statement
Respect is the single most important factor that helps to sustain long term relationships.
A Call for a Psychiatrist Colleague for a Joint Healing Statement
Can psychiatry and psychiatrists come together for a joint healing statement?
We Can All Serve: The Principles of Psychiatric Ethics as Applied to War
How can psychiatrists apply current ethical principles to war?
Voting for Mental Health
Explore the mental health effects of voting.
Look to the Psychiatrists: A Model for Our Troubled Times
Why aren't psychiatrists the answer?
Meet H. Steven Moffic, MD (He/Him//His)
What are your gender pronouns?
Reflections on Visiting Grandchildren as the War in the Middle East Erupts
Is the world safe for our grandchildren?
In Memoriam: Dr Paykel Sure Paid Off for Me and Psychiatry
Remembering Eugene Paykel, MD…
Why Do There Seem to Be No Joint Pro-Peace Rallies?
We must come together to find peace, says one doctor.
From the Death of Klinghoffer to The City Without Jews
Whenever the Jewish people are targeted historically, the risk spreads to vulnerable others.
Wrestling With Evil in the World, or Is It Something Else?
Psychiatry should increase knowledge of interventions to decrease “evil”…
Save a Life and You Save the World
Psychiatrists and mental health clinicians can be leaders in the process of saving lives, particularly during times of war.
Beyond Climate Therapy
The effects of climate change impact everyone and we need to pay attention.
Navaho News in Review: International and Domestic Violence
October is national Domestic Violence Awareness Month. What violence do we see reflected abroad and at home?
Don’t! A Prescription for Reducing Counterproductive Revenge
A list of what not to do about conflicts.
Visionary Rumors in Roswell, New Mexico: Encountering Eerie Awe on our Travels
UFOs: Real or visionary rumor?
The Man in the Moon Salutes Us With a Sun Hat: The Series on Awe
Did you view the annular eclipse?
Sexism Is Not a Farce: The Series on Awe
A division of the genders will not help us now.
Applying Psychiatric Insights to the Holy Land
Here’s how psychiatry can be applied to make sense of the violence.
Indigenous Peoples’ and World Mental Health Day
A time of year to celebrate and protect mental health.
Mental Health in the Mideast Crisis
Psychiatry will be needed to help heal the mental wounds in the Mideast.
A Rainbow Cloud in Nature and a Dark Cloud in Politics: The Series on Awe
Searching for those rare rainbows…
Our Readers Report Their States of Awe
Experiences of awe—have you had one?
We Interrupt This Series on Awe to Bring You News About the Titanic
Avoiding hubris: connections between the unsinkable ship and psychiatry.
Gandhi’s Birthday and Our Series on Awe
What application do Gandhi’s teachings have in psychiatry?
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