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“Negative self-talk is internal dialogue—the voice I hear when I’m talking to myself,” says Dr. Philip Muskin. “Schizophrenia patients will say it’s as if they’re eavesdropping on a conversation.”
“Like COVID-19 ‘long-haulers,’ many people with tick-borne diseases were completely well until their infection precipitated a cascade of chronic, multi-system effects,” says Dr. Brian Fallon.
"Although accidental addiction can happen, otherwise happy lives rarely come undone after a trip to the dental surgeon," writes Dr. Sally Satel.
As residency training director, Dr. Melissa Arbuckle oversees Columbia Psychiatry's residents, and as vice chair for education she oversees the department's clinical and research fellowship programs.
Carla Cantor has joined us as Director of Communications for the Department of Psychiatry.
Dr. Paul Appelbaum noted that patients also increasingly have access to their medical records, "so the reality is that it's no longer possible in many cases to withhold a diagnosis."
"In the months ahead, many people will face complex decisions with no easy answers," writes Dr. Robert Klitzman.
Dr. Robert Klitzman recommended that researchers proceed carefully and check with institutional-review-board officials before conducting studies based on campus work.
Asking someone about their vaccination status can feel invasive, but Dr. Philip Muskin emphasizes that it's information that you may need to make your own risk assessments.
The Columbia Gender Identity Program offers gender-affirming services to LGBTQ+ children and their families, including individual therapy, family therapy, and group therapy.