November 17th 2023
What is new in research on psychedelics?
October 28th 2023
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the October 2023 issue of Psychiatric Times.
October 21st 2023
From long-acting injectable antipsychotics for managing schizophrenia to mental health responses to the recent conflict in Israel, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
October 17th 2023
Concurrent treatments targeting eating disorders and PTSD are needed to help these patients with complex conditions.
October 13th 2023
Residues of past traumatic events can deeply impact our present experiences and our functioning in ways that we are not aware of consciously. We must process and let go of these experiences in order to heal.
Running Wild: The Impact of Wildfires on Mental Health
Climate change plays a pivotal role in the recent surge of wildfires, and their impact on mental health. How can you, as a clinician, help those impacted by these disasters, specifically children and adolescents?
A New Approach to Reducing Suicide Risk Among Veterans
New data from the Suicide and Trauma Reduction Initiative for Veterans at Ohio State University indicates the most effective interventions to prevent suicide risk among veterans.
Mental Health in the Mideast Crisis
Psychiatry will be needed to help heal the mental wounds in the Mideast.
Psychiatry in the News: September 2023
Here are some updates from the world of psychiatry throughout the month of September.
Topline Phase 2 Data Support Efficacy, Tolerability, and Favorable Safety of Treatment for PTSD
The ongoing clinical trial is also studying the drug’s efficacy in the treatment of MDD.
"For months she has dreamed in red..."
Exploring the Neural Mechanisms Underlying PTSD in World Trade Center Responders
“Our findings might inform PTSD pathology, treatment plans, and future disaster-response strategies.”
9/11/01 Is Not Over Yet Psychologically and Physically, Nor Perhaps Should It Ever Be
"Eyes locked on the flat-lined monitor, she hears the last drop gurgle, the team quiet and calm in a lake of blood."
The Week in Review: July 10-14
From noninvasive brain stimulation techniques for catatonia to the concurrent treatment of eating disorders and PTSD, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Treating Eating Disorders and PTSD Concurrently Leads to Long-Term Recovery
Research shows an undeniable connection between PTSD and eating disorders.
Honoring Memorial Day: The Latest on the Military, Grief, and PTSD
In honor of Memorial Day...
Exploring Affect-Focused Psychotherapies for LGBTQ+ Patients With PTSD at APA 2023
Experts discuss findings from a new trial exploring affect-focused psychotherapies for LGBTQ+ patients with PTSD at the 2023 APA Annual Meeting.
Issues in the Military: A Conversation with Elspeth Ritchie, MD
Learn more about women’s issues, suicide, and PTSD in the military.
MDMA-Assisted Therapy for PTSD: Completion of Phase 3 Study
The second of a phase 3 study examining MDMA-AT just completed its final participant visit.
Poetic musings on posttraumatic growth...
“I’m Homeless and I Have PTSD”
Working with homeless patients can be exceedingly rewarding.
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: October 2022
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the October 2022 issue of Psychiatric Times.
COVID-19 and Mental Health: Global Consequences and CAM Approaches
In this CME article, explore the mental health consequences associated with the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the potential role for complementary and alternative approaches.
Exploring Integrative Medicine and Nutrition for PTSD
"Among adults living in the United States, 38% to 40% use complementary and alternative medicine therapies, yet only 42% have told their primary physician that they do so."
The Psychological Heroism of the Sandy Hook Families
The jury has awarded almost 1 billion dollars to the Sandy Hook families. What toll did the trial take on their mental health?
Psychiatric Times™ Conference: Clinical Pearls, New Research
Did you miss the 2022 Annual Psychiatric Times™ World CME Conference? We've got you covered.
Understanding the symptom overlap between concussion/mild traumatic brain injury and other psychiatric conditions, such as PTSD and depression, can assist clinicians in differential diagnosis and providing effective treatment.
Trauma in Your DNA: Educator of the Year Lecture
Can we inherit our parents’ trauma? Research points to yes.
Exploring Psychopharmacology for PTSD
Despite mixed data, there are some psychopharmacological options for treating PTSD.
Impact of Stigma for Patients With Dual Diagnosis
What is the clinician’s role in reversing stigma for better outcomes?
It’s PTSD Awareness Day: Be Aware!
Today is PTSD Awareness Day!
In Case You Missed It: Highlights From the 2022 APA Annual Meeting
Catch up on the latest research on ADHD, PTSD, and more with Psychiatric Times.
New Data Shows Trauma’s Ripple Effects
Research explored how a traumatic explosion affected individuals around the world.
Understanding the Neurobiology of PTSD
How can we more effectively help patients with PTSD? Charles B. Nemeroff discusses the diagnosis, epidemiology, and pathophysiology of PTSD, along with current and emerging treatments, at the 2022 APA Annual Meeting.
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