BLOG: Recent qualitative studies on subjects treated with psilocybin may begin to help us understand the subjective experience caused by the drug that may lead to its antidepressant effects.
BLOG: It is easy, in a time of brief therapy and outcome-driven health care, to want to bypass the most important thing we offer our patients—to allow them to be fully seen and witnessed.
BLOG: We psychiatrists read so much about physicians being “difficult patients.” What about when the shoe is on the other foot?
BLOG: When one is playing big, they are often unaware that their presence is eclipsing others who might want to share the stage. Or worse yet, others who might wish to share the stage are seen as threats.
BLOG: Although our work focuses on communication with many different types of people, even we therapists have pet peeves in the communication department.