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Columbia Psychiatry's Caroline Arout uses quantitative sensory testing, or QST, for assessing the effectiveness of cannabis for therapeutic uses.
A collaborative study from Columbia University and the Copenhagen Research Centre for Mental Health examines the relationship between Lyme disease and psychiatric outcomes.
- May 14, 2021
The post-COVID Community Mental Health Project aims to promote wellness and increase access to behavioral health services in underserved New York City neighborhoods.
- April 21, 2021
Coronavirus Updates from Columbia Psychiatry
Source:HuffPostApril 21, 2021
“Uncertainty and unreliability — not having the security of knowing what happens yet — has been traumatizing at a core level, from the very beginning,” said Dr. Maureen O’Reilly-Landy.
Source:Psychology TodayApril 17, 2021
"I never imagined that I would be attempting to calm my patients’ fears in the midst of a global pandemic during my first two years as a faculty psychologist," writes Dr. Courtney DeAngelis.
Source:NY1April 16, 2021
"My advice is to go back, but do it slowly, cautiously and with great understanding of the fears people are experiencing," Dr. Yuval Neria said.
Source:Verywell FamilyApril 15, 2021
Dr. Courtney DeAngelis says that no research links spanking to positive outcomes in social or emotional development, and warns of emotional consequences to corporal punishment.
Source:InsiderApril 1, 2021
"Look for a therapist who you can develop a collaborative and professional relationship with – this is called a therapeutic alliance," says Dr. Jeffrey Cohen.
Source:PsychMarch 31, 2021
“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.”
- March 30, 2021
“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.