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Older adults with severe, treatment-resistant depression.
Depression is a common, disabling, and costly condition encountered in older patients. Effective strategies for detection and treatment of late-life depression are summarized based on a case of a 69-year-old woman who struggled with prolonged depression. Clinicians should screen olde...
Tobacco quitlines in the United States.
Tobacco use is the number one preventable cause of death and disability in the United States today. In 2003, the Interagency Committee on Smoking and Health recommended to establish a federally funded national tobacco quitline network by 2005. Quitlines are telephone-based programs t...
A piece of my mind. A perfect match.
Beyond physician burnout: keys to effective emotional management.
Mismanagement of the complex emotions and work/life balancing challenges that come with a medical career is a risk factor that tends to go unaddressed in today's medical workplace. Visionary medical leaders recognize this dilemma and become ambassadors of effective emotional management (EEM) for phys...
Treating young individuals at clinical high risk for psychosis.
Typically, studies investigating those at clinical high risk for psychosis have focused on predictors of conversion and treatments that might prevent conversion to full-blown psychosis. Few studies have followed those who do not go on to develop a psychotic illness. P...
Should psychotherapy consider reincarnation?
There is increasing recognition of the need to take into account the cultural environment and belief systems of psychotherapy patients because these values reflect basic assumptions about man's nature and the cognitive references used to cope with psychological difficulties. Currentl...
Interventions for generalized anxiety disorder in older adults: systematic review and meta-analysis.
Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is one of the most common anxiety disorders in later life, with widespread consequences for individuals and society. To perform a systematic review of the efficacy of controlled interventions for GAD in adults aged 55 years and older...
Sustaining full recovery in schizophrenia after 15 years: does resilience matter?
These results show that the majority of the subjects had maintained their recovery, and that subjects who are still fully recovered have not used medication for seventeen years and are more resilient. Thus, a sustained, full recovery without medication seems possible for a subgroup of schizophrenia...
Cognitive underpinnings of recovered memories of childhood abuse.
Recent research on recovered memories of childhood sexual abuse has shown that there are at least two types of recovered memory experiences: those that are gradually recovered within the context of suggestive therapy and those that are spontaneously recovered, without extensive promp...
Motivated forgetting and misremembering: perspectives from betrayal trauma theory.
Individuals are sometimes exposed to information that may endanger their well-being. In such cases, forgetting or misremembering may be adaptive. Childhood abuse perpetrated by a caregiver is an example. Betrayal trauma theory (BTT) proposes that the way in which events are processed...