After more than a year of working from home, many people face the prospect of going back to the office. Soo Jeong Youn, PhD, talks through a few strategies to help make the transition back to the office a bit easier.
TMS and Other Brain Stimulation Therapies
Joan Camprodon, MD, PhD, MPH
Novel Combination and Augmentation Strategies in Depression
Maurizio Fava, MD
The Role of Placebo in Clinical Practice
Cristina Cusin, MD
Biological Targeting and Antidepressants
David Mischoulon, MD, PhD
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
John D. Matthews, MD
- May | 7 | 2021
Nurses can be many things to their patients. A caregiver. A friend. A warrior. A lifesaver. A companion. An inspiration. For Megan Buckley, RN, and her father, Frank Buckley, nurses are all these things.
- May | 6 | 2021
When faced with challenging or stressful situations, learning how to adapt and overcome is an important skill for overall wellbeing. This is called building resiliency skills.
- Patient Education
- May | 4 | 2021
The safety measures implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic, such as stay-at-home and social distancing orders, have caused many people to experience a decline in their mental health.
- Press Release
- Apr | 28 | 2021
The risk of psychiatric symptoms among pre-teen children was highest among those with multiple classes of prenatal exposures, such as unplanned pregnancy, substance use, or obstetrical complications.
- Press Release
- Apr | 15 | 2021
Using a framework that describes couples’ experiences coping with the disease’s challenges, researchers point to new treatment approaches that could dramatically change the way they adjust to the disease by increasing their teamwork and open communication.