Psychiatry Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Camali Clinic, Dubai and The Child and Family Practice, London, Announces Collaboration AgreementRead the original story

    Monday Nov 23 | Sys-Con Media

    ... and mental health of children, young people and adults. TCFP team includes leaders in the fields of paediatrics, psychiatry, psychology, psychotherapy and mediation for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. TCFP Team, in collaboration ...


  2. Author delves into human mindRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 22 | Journal-Advocate

    ... and about the benefit of therapy or comfort animals. He also explained the difference between his profession and psychiatry. He explained that psychiatrists are trained in giving prescriptions and if someone makes an appointment with a psychiatrist ...


  3. Guest Opinion: Community embraces responsibility to help our youthRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 21 | Palo Alto Weekly

    ... linking teens directly to therapists and psychiatrists. A new youth well-being center at Stanford's Department of Psychiatry will consolidate clinical care and research. Our city has addressed "means restriction," limiting access and improving ...


  4. Over the River And Through The Wood: Healthcare Observations For Thanksgiving WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 21 | Health News Digest

    Many of us remember at least this first line from Lydia Maria Child's "The New-England Boy's Song About Thanksgiving Day" . Child was an ardent abolitionist, advocate of women's rights, and spoke out about the mistreatment of Indians.


  5. DSM-V is psychiatry's maladaptation in the grey zone masquerading as scienceRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 21 | Kevin, M.D.

    The iconoclastic psychiatrist Thomas Szasz said that mental illness was metaphorical, not real, because mental diseases lacked biological substrates. The absence of a substrate predisposes psychiatry to overdiagnosis and avoiding overdiagnosis is psychiatry's biggest challenge.


  6. Tech opens new doors for online mental-health careRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | Daily Herald

    When he's having a hard time coping, the 23-year-old Maryland man can get extra support with a few quick taps on his smartphone. That takes him to the Big White Wall, an online service that provides help 24/7 to people who are struggling with problems such as depression, stress and anxiety.


  7. Local heroin addicts seeking help, treatment sometimes run into roadblocksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 20 | WPXI

    A report recently released by the Drug Enforcement Administration revealed that Pennsylvania ranks ninth in the country for drug overdose deaths. A common theme repeated by the DEA and local groups in regard to combating the heroin epidemic is the need to get addicts help.


  8. For face transplant recipients, some of the healing is psychologicalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 20 | Los Angeles Times

    Richard Norris, right, shows friend Andrew Kahle how to load line into a fly fishing rod at Norris' home in Hillsville, Va. Norris, whose face was disfigured by a gunshot, received a face transplant in 2012.


  9. Tunnel film to beat MRI bluesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 20 | The Telegraph

    A patient undergoes a scan in the new MRI machine. The reflections of the video images on the rear wall can be seen in the mirror .


  10. Pills and TalkRead the original story

    Friday Nov 20 | Psychology Today

    PROFESSIONAL IGNORANCE or sheer PREJUDICE a .? A recent statement made by a Psychologist - seemingly speaking authoritatively for that particular branch of medical science - announces that it is now believed that psychological problems can best be helped not solely by the prescription of Pills, but by indulging in 'Talk' with the patient. This is really quite a surprising, if not ignorant, assertion to make by a contemporary medical practitioner, bearing in mind that by the end of the 19th Century, and the beginning of the 20th , the medical science dealing with Mind, Brain , and Behavior - now known as Psychology/Psychiatry - really got under way.


  11. Speakers tackle hot topics at TEDx OrangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 20 | Central Western Daily

    ... of topics discussed at the TEDx Orange talks on Friday. The issues were raised by University of NSW Professor of Psychiatry and Black Dog Institute psychiatrist Gordon Parker, and Lis Bastian, formerly of Orange, who started solutions-based ...


  12. on Mental Illness: AnxietyRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 19 | Berkeley Daily Planet

    Anxiety, that knot in your gut or that giddiness in your spine, isn't always a villain. Sometimes, your body is trying to tell you something.


  13. UNRWA teams up with the National Institution of Social Care and...Read the original story

    Friday Nov 20 | PressReleasePoint

    The UNRWA Lebanon Field Office signed a partnership with the National Institution of Social Care and Vocational Training during an event held at the UNRWA office in Beirut on 16 November 2015. The partnership falls in the framework of the European Union-funded project, 'SPRING - Improving the living conditions of Palestine refugees in Lebanon' that aims at promoting partnerships, reforms and inclusive growth.


  14. Poorer areas need better access to mental healthcareRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 20 | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... and psychology: the socioeconomic gradient of mental healthcare utilisation and outcomes." The British Journal of Psychiatry Nov 2015, DOI: 10.1192/bjp.bp.115.171017 Referring patients with mental health problems to talking therapies seems to cut ...


  15. To Medicate or Not to Medicate?Read the original story

    Friday Nov 20 | PRWeb

    While most clinicians are comfortable with the nutritional and therapeutic aspects of eating disorder treatment, uncertainty is often found in reference to medication use. In a groundbreaking workshop at the 2016 iaedp Symposium at the Omni on Amelia Island in Florida, February 17 - 22, researchers look at both the medical and psychiatric symptoms of eating disorders and the medications commonly used to treat them.


  16. #MindYourself: Panic attacks were worse than cancer, says TD PenroseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 19 |

    One of the country's longest-serving TDs has revealed for the first time how he suffered severe panic attacks for six years - which were "worse" than being treated for prostate cancer. Labour TD Willie Penrose , who represents Longford-Westmeath, said a combination of stressful events put him under huge mental strain.


  17. 'I can't take it any more': Federal government refuses asylum seeker payouts and apologies 24 timesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 19 | Sydney Morning Herald

    ... detention was lawful and there was no legal basis on which to consider compensation. University of NSW senior psychiatry lecturer Michael Dudley, who treated Mr Rahimi, said he was "absolutely" stressed in detention, and by the prospect of returning ...


  18. Can A Website Keep Suicidal Thoughts Away? Study In Stressed Young Doctors Suggests SoRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 19 | Scientific Blogging

    ... such an tool could help others in high-stress, high-pressure positions. The study was recently published in JAMA Psychiatry by a team led by psychiatrists at the University of Michigan and the Medical University of South Carolina who have studied ...


  19. 'Altered Minds' and Family Dynamics on the Big ScreenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 19 | Psychology Today

    ... Here are some specific ways that the world presented in Altered Minds is out of sync with ancestral conditions: Psychiatry is a relatively new field (in terms of an evolutionary timescale) with few if any analogs that existed under ancestral ...


  20. UC San Diego Alumnus Joseph Edelman Pledges $400,000 to Help Students Facing Mental Health ChallengesRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 18 | Newswise

    ... the long-term disability of brain disorders. With this in mind, in September 2014, the university's Department of Psychiatry implemented the UC San Diego College Mental Health Program, led by Health Sciences clinical professor Nancy Downs. The gift ...