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The Bystander: A First-Person Perspective on Being Blind to Tardive Dyskinesia
February 26, 2019
Suicide: A Survivor's Perspective
January 16, 2019
The Intimacy of Tragedy
October 07, 2016
I’m in London interviewing loved ones of doctors who have ended their lives by suicide.
How to Welcome Incoming Residents: Learning from Tragedy
July 30, 2015
This year at orientation, there was a huge elephant in the room.
The Gift of Self-Disclosure
February 19, 2015
Ode to Dr. Quinn Leslie who has paved the path to accepting non-perfectionism.
Three Clinical Pearls That Enhance My Practice
February 04, 2015
Clinical pearls from the Psych Congress annual meeting.
How to Minimize Cycling/Switching in Patients with Bipolar Disorder
November 11, 2014
Bipolar disorder affects approximately 2% to 3% of the population and is the sixth leading cause of disability worldwide.
The Nexus of Science and Soul: Forming a Life Narrative After Mental Illness
August 18, 2014
To have experienced delusions, psychosis, and suicidal ideation is to be Undermined by one’s self.
Distinguishing Bipolar Disorder From ADHD
May 07, 2014
Although the diagnostic criteria for the two conditions seem distinctive at first glance, there is a significant degree of variability of symptom presentation.
To Live or Survive...That is the Question
March 18, 2014
Help me to let go and Live, to bloom in resonance with the rest of our passionate universe. To see my own life as something sacred and not just a death sentence to serve until it is finally over.
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