A growing body of research suggests that a brain system observed by scientists for only the past two decades could end up serving as a crucial target for long-awaited medication therapies to treat cocaine dependence.READ MORE
One quarter of older adults prescribed benzodiazepines may go on to long-term use, warns a new study published online in JAMA Internal Medicine.READ MORE
Psych Congress featured speaker Robin Carhart-Harris, PhD, addresses misconceptions surrounding psychedelics and discusses their potential therapeutic utility.READ MORE
BLOG: It’s been 6 months since our friend and colleague Eric C. Arauz, MLER, passed away. His death was a blunt reminder to me that if we are going to care about and be attached to others, we will have to experience the grief of losing them.READ MORE
Psych Congress Year-Round
Sheldon H. Preskorn, MD, has spent 4 decades in the mental health field heavily involved in research. He recently reflected on changes he has seen in psychiatry over his career and where he sees the field and patient treatments headed.
COLUMBUS, Ohio—Psych Congress cochair Charles Raison, MD, gave attendees a “10,000-foot view” of what depression is at the Psych Congress Regionals meeting here, and will explore the idea more at the upcoming Psych Congress 2018 preconference.