Jul 6, 2015
A Look At The Narrow Point Of Intersection Between Mental Health And Gun Violence
February 28, 2018
psychiatric diagnosis is itself not a predictive science. In other words, there’s nothing in psychiatric diagnosis that’s going to tell you how somebody is going to act in one week or one year.
54%. More than half of people who died by suicide did not have a known mental health condition.
Lloyd I. Sederer, M.D., is Medical Director of the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH), the nation’s largest state mental health system.
All behavior serves a purpose. It just may be that we don’t understand what that purpose is.
leverage: in all families, it’s a two-way street. You give and you get, and you get by giving. So I ask families: “What support are you providing your family member?”
Psychosis is a highly misunderstood condition.
In this talk, Paul illustrates the condition’s complexity, taking apart how our brains perceive reality by reinventing illusions around us.
If perception is just a form of controlled hallucination, what does that make hallucination?
Psychiatric Clinics of North America: Women’s Mental Health
June 2017, 40 (2), p189-362
Edited by Susan G. Kornstein, Anita H. Clayton
Closing Gaps in Maternal Mental Health Care THROUGH EDUCATION, COLLABORATION AND ADVOCACY
Art and Images in Psychiatry
Criminologist Believes Violent Behavior Is Biological
April 30, 2013
On reconciling the victim part of him with the criminologist part of him
“I’m a Jekyll and Hyde. So there’s a Dr. Jekyll inside of me that’s done the research, seen these risk factors, done longitudinal studies, documented these early risk factors beyond the individual’s control that moves them into a criminal way of life, and that Dr. Jekyll is saying, ‘You know, you can’t ignore this. You can’t turn a blind eye to the biology of violence and the social factors, too.’ But there’s a Mr. Hyde inside of me ranting and raving and saying, ‘Look, I don’t want sob stories. I don’t want excuses. There’s a cause for all behavior. We can always find a cause for behavior. … It comes from the brain: So what? We found the cause. OK, great.’
Frame-By-Frame, Filmmakers Make The Mundane Miraculous In ‘Anomalisa’
December 22, 2015