An increase in suicide related to COVID-19 is not inevitable provided preventive action is prompt, the group notes.
Join us on Thursday, April 23, at 8:30 p.m. EST as we discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the mental health of psychiatry patients and...
The pandemic is having an increasingly negative impact on Americans’ mental health.
A randomized controlled trial finds that telephone-based cognitive behavioral therapy is effective and may be a convenient option for patients...
The sessions provided by COVID-19 Therapists are free to health care workers providing front-line care.
The concept of burnout may actually hinder physicians from seeking necessary and appropriate professional care, said Dr. Nicolas Badre.
LAS VEGAS – “Getting somebody to feel better in the short run is great, but you really have to think about the whole treatment plan,” said Dr....
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. – Researchers hypothesize that the association may relate to depression’s influence on psychomotor function.
Close look at the data behind these claims reveals the difficulty of establishing reliable statistics.
Male health care practitioners are less likely than all working-age men to die by suicide.