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Treatment Considerations for Hoarding Disorder

Hoarding disorder, which impacts up to 5% of the population, can be treated with a combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy and antidepressants.

Liability Protections With Suicidal Patients

Conducting a patient risk assessment and maintaining documentation of treatment decisions can protect against malpractice actions.

Treating Impulse-Control Disorders

New chapter in DSM-5 covers disorders including antisocial personality, intermittent explosive disorder and kleptomania.

Behavioral Approaches in Autism Treatment

Training parents to apply behavioral principles at home is becoming increasingly popular.

Using Antipsychotics for Anxiety Disorders

While antipsychotics are useful in some types of anxiety disorders, cognitive-behavioral therapy may be preferable in others.

Psychiatry Advisor Social Media Survey 2014

<p>How do psychiatrists and other mental health professionals use social media? Do you suffer from fear of missing out — also known as FOMO — wondering if your colleagues are getting more out of social media websites than you?</p><br/> <p>Could you advance your career if you networked on LinkedIn? Might you attract more patients by promoting your practice on Facebook? Be the first person to know about new studies relevant to psychiatric disorders by keeping tabs on Twitter?</p><br/><p><i>Psychiatry Advisor’s</i> Social Media Survey attempts to answer those questions. Overall, 152 psychiatrists, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners responded to our survey in ....

More Emphasis Needed on Early Prevention, ...

A Psychiatry Advisor Editorial Board member discusses mood disorders, medical comorbidities and cognitive decline associated with depression.

Defining Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder

DMDD was added to the DSM-5 last year to deal with the problem of over diagnosing bipolar disorder in children.

Factors Influencing Childhood-Onset Psychiatric Disorders

National health registries and genetic tools are among the new methods used to examine the origin of childhood-onset disorders.

Latest Opinion

CAMS: A Proven Clinical Framework For Suicide Prevention

The Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) program is proven to reduce suicidal ideation and increase positive coping.

Opinion Tackling Co-Occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Illness

Tackling Co-Occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Illness

A psychiatric nurse talks about a recovery center's work in treating co-occurring substance abuse and mental illness together.

Improving Psychiatry Residencies

Improving Psychiatry Residencies

Emphasizing the role nutrition plays in mental illness, as well as teaching about neuroscience developments, can better prepare residents.

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Case 1: Acute Case of SchizophreniaExternal web site

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