Chocolate-Flavored PTSD

June 05, 2020

Frank A. Clark, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina School of Medicine – Greenville, SC, presents a timely slice of poetic history.

COVID-19 and the Iceberg of Hidden Trauma

May 14, 2020

Dr Steve Moffic talks about about some of the psychological dangers clinicians are facing during the pandemic in this video.

Psychosocial Associations Between Xenophobia and COVID-19

May 12, 2020

We are seeing a rise in hatred and lack of empathy in the face of COVID-19.

Weaving Beauty Into the Tapestry of the Pandemic

April 30, 2020

The cure should not be worse than the disease; so must we be cautious about our response to COVID-19. More in this video with Harold J. Bursztajn, MD.

Neither Deaths From Denial Nor Deaths From Despair

April 28, 2020

Local, state, and federal officials are rushing to implement massively life-altering measures in the current pandemic even as we enter a situation that is still poorly understood.

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.

The Other #MeToo: Male Sexual Abuse Survivors

April 08, 2020

Clinicians work with more male sexual abuse survivors than they may think.

Interpersonal Violence in the Context of Posttraumatic Stress and Substance Use Disorders

April 08, 2020

An overview of the theoretical and empirical literature linking PTSD, substance use, and IPV, as well as risk factors for depression and other psychiatric disorders.

25 Years After the Oklahoma City Bombing

April 07, 2020

Most of us remember where we were when the terrorist bomb shattered our sense of peace in this usually quiet community. The shockwave travelled for miles and across time.

PTSD: Lessons Learned From the Armenia Earthquake

March 06, 2020

What can psychiatrists in the US do to better prepare themselves and their patients for potential natural disasters? Dr Armen Goenjian, research psychiatrist at the David Geffen School of Medicine at University of California, Los Angeles, answers that question and more in this Psychiatric Times exclusive.