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Studies indicate that 29% to 46% of patients diagnosed with major depressive disorder show partial or no response to treatments.
Ten short, animated videos in Spanish about mental well-being and self-care are now available.
Jeff Cohen, a clinical psychologist at Columbia, shares an introduction to dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) as a treatment option.
The advancement of gene editing technology "opens up a whole another world of questions we will increasingly face," Dr. Robert Klitzman said.
Source:CBS SUNDAY MORNINGApril 5, 2020
Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman said teletherapy "is ideally suited to providing mental health care under the current circumstances. And it's being used more now than ever in history."
Source:MedscapeMarch 26, 2020
Dr. Drew Ramsey shares some of his experiences in changing his practice to do more telepsychiatry.
- March 23, 2020
Child psychologists Dr. Dara Steinberg and Dr. Anthony Puliafico offer some tips to help parents and other caregivers talk about COVID-19 with children.
Source:MetroFocusMarch 20, 2020
Dr. Brian Fallon shares his recommendations on how to manage anxiety while remaining safe.
Source:MSNBCMarch 17, 2020
Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman answers viewers' questions regarding coping with the Coronavirus.
Source:Good Morning AmericaMarch 9, 2020
"Even though it might feel relieving in the moment to look at exactly where coronavirus is and if it's spread, that's actually leading to more and more anxiety," Dr. Anthony Puliafico said.
Source:ABC NewsMarch 6, 2020
Dr. Anthony Puliafico explains how to cope with stress and anxiety as the COVID-19 outbreak begins to become real to Americans.
Source:USA TodayFebruary 18, 2020
"The mixed stimulant-opioid addiction is a different one. We do not have a strategy to treat it, and many programs will be taken by surprise,” said Dr. Adam Bisaga.
Source:NewsDayFebruary 8, 2020
“For some people, this illness is highly disabling, but there’s a significant number of people who have this illness who are able to live very fulfilling lives,” said Dr. Lisa Dixon.
Source:CNNJanuary 20, 2020
"There is generally more sadness in the winter time and January is not uncommon at all for overall more sadness among folks," said Dr. Ravi Shah.