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  1. CNS Response to be Featured on "The Doctors"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | GlobeNewswire

    ... ) provides a unique set of reference data and analytic tools for clinicians and researchers in psychiatry. While treatment for mental disorders has doubled in the last 20 years, it is estimated that 17 million Americans have failed two or more ...


  2. Meditation Is The Path To Mediumship: Pat Chalfant, Author Of 'Spirit Lights A Path To Mediumship'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | PR Log

    Chalfant offers mediumship classes to help others develop mediumship in both classroom settings and via the Internet. She believes meditation is vital to the development of mediumship PRLog - Jan. 27, 2015 - WILMINGTON, N.C. -- Pat Chalfant, author of 'Spirit Lights A Path To Mediumship', believes meditation is the path to mediumship.


  3. Breathing for Your Better HealthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Wall Street Journal

    ... to breathe a little bit slower it can have long-term health benefits," said Murali Doraiswamy, a professor of psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.C. Deep breathing activates a relaxation response, he said, "potentially ...


  4. Lucid dreams and metacognition: Awareness of thinking - awareness of dreamingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Medical News Today

    ... this. Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin and the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich have discovered that the brain area which enables self-reflection is larger in lucid dreamers. Thus, lucid dreamers ...


  5. Read Full ArticleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 |

    ... father treat patients. Convinced he, too, would be a doctor, Agrawal went to medical school. But he discovered psychiatry and combined his aptitude for medicine with his interest in helping people. Plans changed after he moved to the United States, ...


  6. Mindfulness-based program in schools making a positive impact: UBC studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | University of British Columbia

    ... Psychology, and Special Education. Schonert-Reichl's co-authors include Adele Diamond of UBC's Dept. of Psychiatry, Tim F. Oberlander of UBC's Dept. of Pediatrics, Eva Oberle of the University of Chicago Illinois - Chicago (formerly a doctoral ...


  7. Psychotherapy Is the Real DealRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Psychology Today

    ... treatments for depression , anxiety, and ADHD . But this is only half the battle. To oppose the direction that psychiatry, my field, has sunk comes with the obligation to right the ship. It is essential, and of paramount importance, to restore ...


  8. Regional hospitals to have trained psychiatristsRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | GhanaWeb

    The Ghana Mental Health Board has commended the Sunyani Regional Hospital for setting aside 20 beds for the care of mental patients in the region. The commendation was made by the Board Chairman of the Ghana Mental Health Authority , Professor Joseph Bediako Asare, when members of the GMHB paid a courtesy call on the management of the hospital in Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo Region.


  9. Jamie's charity aid for Ugandan hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Flintshire Standard

    A CHARITY set up in memory of a young boy who died after falling ill while on holiday in Uganda is helping hundreds of sick people in the African nation. Jamie, who attended the playgroup at Ysgol Rhos Helyg in Mold, died in July 2011 after being diagnosed with a complication of an infection which led to major organ failure.


  10. Why should adolescents with psychological symptoms be asked about hallucinations?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Medical News Today

    ... adolescents who were referred to the Early Psychosis Recognition and Intervention group at the HUCH Department of Psychiatry due to incipient mental disorders. The study indicated that all the risk symptoms of psychosis were more common in these ...


  11. The Virtuous PsychopharmacologistRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | Psychology Today

    ... psychopharmacology . Among the targets of criticism was the recently issued DSM-5, the backbone of diagnosis in psychiatry. Many of the more technical details of proposed diagnostic criteria were subject to wide and bitter public debate. For ...


  12. Dr. Christos Lambrakis, Associate Director of the Northeast Regional...Read the original story

    Sunday Jan 25 | PRWeb

    ... detection devices. He has been with the Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group since 1998. About the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology: The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc. (ABPN) is a nonprofit corporation that was founded in ...


  13. Therapists 101: Finding one and making sense of it allRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Redlands Daily Facts

    ... medical degree takes approximately four years of academic study and as many years of residency in various fields, psychiatry being one. Psychiatrists meet with clients and assess them with regard to medications only (meaning counseling is not ...


  14. Adult PANDAS: Seek and Ye Shall FindRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Psychology Today

    ... a psychiatric problem or presentation. This is reiterated in residency. And in the first chapter of every general psychiatry textbook. It doesn't suggest that every patient be examined or "worked-up" for every conceivable diagnosis known to man. ...


  15. Missouri foster children are given higher-than-average amounts of psychiatric drugsRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 24 | Missourian

    ... said John Hall, a child psychiatrist at the Thompson Center and assistant professor of child and adolescent psychiatry at MU. Missouri spent more than $81 million on psychiatric drugs for foster children in the last five years. Antipsychotics ... 1 comment

  16. Forget target practice and enjoy walking for the sheer joy of itRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Western morning News

    Time to walk yourself to winter fitness. How many times I've written those words? How may times has this newspaper carried stories under such headlines? How many times have innocent, slightly unfit, people promised themselves they'll march their way to a newer better life after New Year? Don't get me wrong, it is a good idea.


  17. Borderline Personality Disorder: The Sufferer's ExperienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 28, 2014 | Psychology Today

    The article reports on a major challenge faced by women, and men as well, who suffer from borderline personality disorder and the relationship struggles that syndrome tends to bring. The article quotes Sandra Sulzer of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill who conducted extensive interviews with psychologists and psychiatrists.


  18. Feed Your Child's Brain EarlyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 6, 2013 | Psychology Today

    ... Was that enough to overcome a poor early diet? A recent study published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry by psychologists from the Harvard Medical School and Duke University Medical Center in Durham tried to answer this question ...


  19. Your baby sucks. And this startup wants to tell you how muchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | GigaOM

    Brainchild Technologies wants to build a pacifier that measures the frequency of your infant's suck reflex , with the idea that giving parents this information via an app can help them measure their child's brain development. Neurologists have shown a link between how often a baby sucks and how engaged it is with a person or activity, and so Brainchild wants to take this research and apply it to a wearable for the newborn market.


  20. Letter: Run, the grief counsellors are comingRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Caribbean News Now!

    Dear Sir: Anyone with a passing interest in psychiatry or psychology knows that both fields of study are full of passing fads, seemingly good theories that simply did not pass the test of time. This is also true of the sub-field of "grief counselling," a growing industry if there ever was one, full of all sorts of superficially good but untested, often untestable ideas, often dreamed up by university professors eager to make a name for themselves. 2 comments