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As therapists, when we’re at our best, we’re doing more than understanding and responding, the process requires an act of creativity, of imagination.
Check out Columbia-affiliated faculty presentations at the 2023 American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco.
A Columbia study finds that adolescents who use cannabis recreationally are two to four times as likely to develop psychiatric disorders then teens who don’t use cannabis at all.
A Columbia psychiatrist co-chairs group establishing criteria for diagnosis and treatment.
- September 13, 2021
Ravi N. Shah, MD has been named Chief Innovation Officer for Columbia Psychiatry.
- July 28, 2021
Columbia Psychiatry News spoke with Dr. Scott Small about the science of memory and how we can get better at letting stuff go.
- July 21, 2021
A Columbia University article in JAMA Psychiatry makes the case for doing more to make mental health care non-racist and to take steps for racial equity in clinics and communities.
Source:U.S. NewsJuly 19, 2021
Dr. Joshua Berman said electrical stimulation (ECT) seems to trigger the release of "neurotrophic" factors, which can help brain cells grow.
Source:NBC NewsJuly 16, 2021
“Our study provides further evidence that marijuana use is not effective in reducing nonmedical opioid use,” said study author Dr. Mark Olfson.
Source:TIMEJuly 13, 2021
“The biggest limiting factor in getting to remission from depression postpartum is access to care, period—and it is worse for people who don’t have financial resources,” says Dr. Catherine Monk.
Source:New York TimesJuly 9, 2021
Marijuana, Dr. Margaret Haney, said, “reduces reaction time and has other effects that would worsen performance.”
- June 22, 2021
Mysteries of Mental illness, a PBS documentary inspired by the work of Columbia Psychiatry Chairman Jeffrey A. Lieberman will premiere June 22-23 on PBS (9-11 pm EST).
- May 26, 2021
Columbia study also finds people with schizophrenia, overall, have a 4.5-fold increased risk of dying from suicide.
- May 24, 2021
A Columbia study looked at a short and promising approach that could encourage more health workers to get the mental health care they need via a method centered on a three-minute video.