Oxford University Press recently announced the 2022 word of the year—"goblin mode.” Karmel Choi, PhD discusses what this word says about the state of people’s mental health in 2022 and talks about whether “goblin mode” is a good mindset to embrace or a troubling one.
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In this issue: The Acute Psychiatry Service | A Trusted Leader Takes the Reins at Mass General | Hope in a Vial at the Ketamine Clinic | Investigating the Aging Brain | Why We Give to the Center for the Neuroscience of Psychedelics
In this issue: The Child Resiliency Program | Two Virtual Events | Harnessing technology to expand mental health services | Training the next generation | Helping young adults cope | Fall school and work re-entry advice | Preventing mental illness before birth
In this issue: The Center for Women’s Mental Health | Creating a Road Map to Equity: Dr. Joseph Betancourt | Precision Psychiatry: Dr. Jordan Smoller | Donor Story: Cathy Seilhan | Psychedelics Research | The Advantages of Talk Therapy: Dr. Robert Waldinger | Profile: Dr. Mai Uchida
In this issue: The New (Virtual) Reality: Telepsychiatry in the Age of COVID-19 | Mass General Guide to Mental Health Resources | Changing of the Guard: New Leadership Council Co-chairs | First-person Clinician Perspective on Telepsychiatry | Photo Collage From the 14th Annual Palm Beach Seminar | The Power of Empathy in Healthcare: a Q&A with Helen Riess, MD.
In this issue: Intimate Partner Violence and Brain Injuries | Maurizio Fava, MD, Appointed New Chief of Psychiatry | A New Chapter for the Former Chief | Joseph Biederman, MD, Honored with Endowed Chair in Pediatric Psychopharmacology | Philanthropist Arthur Epstein Helps Improve Access to Psychiatric Care | Profiles in Care: Simmie L. Foster, MD, PhD
In this issue: Precision Psychiatry, Tailored Treatment | 2019-2021 Louis V. Gerstner III Research Scholars | A Young Woman Comes to Terms with an Eating Disorder | Turning Tragedy into Awareness | Endowment for the Advancement of Psychotherapy Award Honors Sports Writing Icon
In this issue: Helping Patients on Medical and Surgical Units | A Grateful Life May be a Longer Life | The Dauten Family Center for Bipolar Treatment Innovation | Caring for Children and Teens
In this issue: Sleep, Memory and Mental Illness | All of Us Research Program | Celebrating the Joyce Root Tedlow Professorship of Psychiatry | Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Lee Baer, PhD | A Journey to Recovery | Two New Psychiatry Chairs Celebrated
In this issue: Louis V. Gerstner III Scholar Awards Launch Research Careers in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry | The Partners Biobank | Lee Ann Ingram: Longtime advocate and inspired philanthropist for mental health | Celebrating the Abra Prentice Foundation Mass General Chair
In this issue: Mass General Researchers Explore Promising Therapies for Treatment-resistant Depression | Wilens Honored with Endowed Chair in Addiction Medicine | Ammon-Pinizzotto Gift Names Center for Women’s Mental Health
In this issue: The Expanding Role of Neuroimaging in Psychiatry Research | Combining Care for Cancer and Mental Illness | The Science of the Family Dinner
In this issue: Stopping the Spiral: First-episode Program helps people at first signs of psychosis
In this issue: Family-centered Care for Older Adults: Providing Mental Health Care for a Burgeoning Population
In this issue: New approaches for treating Bipolar Disorder: Mass General clinician-researchers study wide range of interventions
In this issue: Easing the Burden of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: New Hope for Spectrum of Disabling Conditions
In this issue: Neurotherapeutics: Promising approaches for treatment-resistant depression
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