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Paul Appelbaum, MD, said it may be preferable for police to remain in the background and send in a mental health professional to engage with a suicidal person.
Columbia Psychiatry study paves the way for treatment techniques to help people adapt to the loss of a loved one.
The best way to support women’s mental health is to implement policies that improve access to health care systems, family leave, food security, and housing, Dr. Elizabeth Fitelson said.
"Humans evolved with the neurocircuitry to see another person as special," writes Amir Levine, MD, an associate professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia.
"We need better drugs and new drugs, not just the psychedelics and the ketamine, but new allotted treatments that are more effective," said Dr. David Hellerstein.
Columbia psychiatrist Nasir Naqvi, MD, PhD, discusses which treatments for alcohol use disorder are most effective and the importance of community and support in treating AUD.
Melina Wald, PhD, clinical director of the Gender Identity Program at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, said there is increasing understanding that gender is on a spectrum.
A longstanding NYP-Columbia program has been at the forefront of embedding behavioral health clinics in public schools.
“There is a very important place for stimulant medication in the treatment of ADHD, and we have to be good guardians to know who is going to be best served by them," said Dr. Frances Levin.
“When they’re searching for something that makes the patient symptom-free, they create problems that can result in what is politely called pharmaceutical misadventure." Dr. Mark Olfson said.