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The 5-Minute Phenomenologist: A Primer for Psychiatrists

April 29, 2010  |  Posted by Psychiatric Times | No Comments
In 5 minutes, so much can be accomplished.

Can Dialogue Cure? A Couple’s Therapeutic Journey

April 29, 2010  |  Posted by Psychiatric Times | No Comments
Individuals with a past history of chronic psychiatric illness are often given poor prognoses that can limit their therapeutic horizons for further treatment. This pessimism may be misplaced as is demonstrated by the case of Jay, age 71, and Kay, age 65. The couple presented at the Loyola Sexual Dysfunction Clinic in a program consisting of 7 weekly sessions of 5 hours each with 2 trainee therapists.
I often get asked if practical consequences should play an important role in DSM5 decisions. It was posed again yesterday in response to my blog "Bipolar II Revisited" which tangentially raised the issue.

BUD

April 27, 2010  |  Posted by Psychiatric Times | No Comments
He was just, as they say In that part of the world, An itty bitty guy--no more than five four if that.

Voyeurism Goes Mainstream?

April 23, 2010  |  Posted by Psychiatric Times | No Comments
The New York Times describes it as the latest online phenomenon.