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October 02, 2020
BLOG: In a recent study, the utilization of psychedelic medicine in group therapy was linked with reduced demoralization among long-term, gay-identified, male HIV survivors—an outcome with larger implications for overall healthcare.
Ron Manderscheid
September 29, 2020
A recent study shows a disconcerting rise in major mental and emotional stress in the U.S. Prevention is the key to reversing this trend.
Ron Manderscheid
September 09, 2020
The coming fall months are an excellent time to reflect on where we stand and where we need to go with regards to social justice.
September 03, 2020
BLOG: Psychedelic-assisted therapies, once consigned to the fringes of psychiatric practice, are exploding into the mainstream of psychiatry and will take center stage at a Psych Congress preconference.
Ron Manderscheid
August 26, 2020
While spikes in behavioral health conditions after disastrous events are common, the severity and extensiveness shown in a recent are signs of an exceptional situation that demands exceptional action.
August 19, 2020
BLOG: More patients are exploring the medicinal aspects of cannabis for their psychiatric conditions, and many are presenting to their providers already convinced of the benefits of their self-treatments.
Ron Manderscheid
August 12, 2020
Slowly, anecdotal examples of the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on children—and the ways in which behavioral healthcare can address some of these issues—are beginning to emerge to illuminate these topics
August 07, 2020
BLOG: The Physician Support Line launched by Dr. Mona Masood, a Philadelphia psychiatrist, started as an idea on social media, and now has more than 700 psychiatrist volunteers.
Ron Manderscheid
July 24, 2020
Issues around in-person reopenings, insurance dynamics and staff turnover are among the factors playing a role in the current state of behavioral health.
Ron Manderscheid
July 08, 2020
State, county and local government financial shortfalls are reaching dangerous levels as these entities continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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