Most Recent Articles by Gary Rothbard
Baseline depressive symptoms were associated with pain and disability in adolescents with juvenile idiopathic arthritis.
The presence of sleep disorders in children with chronic pain may result in greater pain levels and pain interference, a relationship that may in part be mediated by anxiety and depressive symptoms.
Patients with conversion disorder had higher frequencies of significant stressors than did control patients.
Mindfulness, an awareness of one's present experience without labeling it as good or bad, is a fundamental skill taught in dialectical behavior therapy group skills training.
Clinician awareness of this issue is essential in order to continue providing effective treatment while attempting to reduce abuse of these prescription drugs.
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Clinical Efficacy of Metacognitive vs Conventional Social Skills Training in Schizophrenia Spectrum DisordersFeb 07,2018
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