Prevention of Covert COVID Iatrogenesis

April 29, 2020

In a time of panic, despair, and demoralization, art continues to inspire the author's reflections as it has over the last 40 years. Here, he shares some images that he finds inspirational and helpful. Even in winter there is hope.

Top 12 Mistakes in Perinatal Psychiatry

April 22, 2020

Although they may have been the result of good intentions, these mistakes could adversely impact mother and baby.

Team Earth: A Message of Hope

April 17, 2020

"Mom says viruses don’t attack countries, they attack people. And across countries we are still one people living under one roof." More in this pictorial and therapeutic dialog between a 5-year-old and his mother about the pandemic.

Can Good Sleep Prevent a Virus?

April 15, 2020

Sleep deprivation increases the risk of viral infections and even mania. Here is the evidence.

5 Male Rape Myths: A Phenomenon Whose Time Has Come

April 13, 2020

Here are 5 rape myths perpetuated in our culture, in law enforcement and the military, and in medicine and mental health.

Pandemic Stress Management

April 08, 2020

Health professionals' emotional reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic range from numbness, anxiety, fear, and rapid shifts to survivor guilt, helplessness, and feelings of detachment. Here: Stress management tactics and what to expect today and beyond.

In This Issue of Psychiatric Times: Volume 37, No 3

April 03, 2020

Read the Psychiatric Times issue cover-to-cover, with a bonus PDF.

Staying Healthy During the Pandemic: FDA Updates

March 27, 2020

The US Food and Drug Administration is working diligently to provide the public with information to keep consumers well and safe. From hand sanitizers to testing to food safety, this slideshow presents the latest developments.

Mental Health Resources and Guidance: Coronavirus

March 19, 2020

Psychiatric Times has collected information to answer your most pressing questions, including how to prepare your office and staff, resources for patients, and information you need to implement telepsychiatry.

5 Techniques to Help Your Patient Accept a Difficult Psychiatric Diagnosis

March 17, 2020

Patients with difficult conditions such as delusional parasitosis tend to resist the notion that a psychiatric problem underlies their symptoms.