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Dr. Thomas Vance of the Columbia Gender Identity Program discusses mental health in the Black LGBTQ community, from issues to consider to finding a culturally sensitive provider.
“A few antidepressants, namely Wellbutrin (bupropion), Remeron (mirtazapine), and St. John's Wort, have no sexual side effects,” writes Dr. Drew Ramsey.
"Many people with mental illness are susceptible to undue influence and impulsive actions, leaving them vulnerable to advocates for physician-assisted death," said Dr. Paul Appelbaum.
The most powerful evidence-based treatment for anxiety is cognitive behavioral therapy, Dr. Drew Ramsey says.
Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman explains how the potentially impeding approval of esketamine could force physicians to improvise dosing.
Dr. J. John Mann told Psychiatric Times, “We [only] have data from the CDC for 2017 and no later.”
“How do we make sure that there’s peer roles that actually can have enough power and weight to them that there’s the ability to be transformative?” asks Sascha Altman DuBrul.
Dr. Paul Appelbaum and colleagues point out that, “For the foreseeable future, editing embryos to enhance IQ is a sci-fi fantasy.”
“If there’s any kind of bias or misreading [of emotions] that influences our responses to [others] then our responses may be aberrant or not empathic or overly defensive,” Dr. Catherine Monk said.
The Columbia Ketamine program offers innovative and responsible care for treatment-resistant depression.