ADHD is one of the most treatable conditions in psychiatry if patients adhere to medication regimens. So, why are parents so resistant to stimulant medications and how can we approach these misconceptions?
We often hear about the “Tarasoff warning” and the “duty to protect,” but what do these mean, and who was Tarasoff? In today’s episode, we’ll break down the Tarasoff rulings and how you can navigate the legal ambiguities surrounding our duty to protect.
Zuranolone is a neurosteroid that is inching its way toward FDA approval in depression. In some ways it’s similar to brexanolone (Zulresso) – the IV therapy approved in 2019 for postpartum depression – and in other ways it’s different.
Borderline personality disorder can be complicated to treat, especially in frantic and high stress settings like the emergency department or inpatient psychiatric unit. In today’s episode, we’ll address the best practices for managing patients with borderline personality disorder in emergency settings.
Naloxone saves lives, and it’s critical that we get naloxone into the hands of as many people as we can. In this podcast, Dr. Phillip Coffin and I will discuss the risk factors associated with opioid overdose, the different naloxone formulations, who should be prescribed naloxone, and how we as clinicians can promote the availability of naloxone in our communities.
Each year in the US, there are about 1.04 million divorces, affecting about 800,000 children, and it may not be the divorce itself that is hard on children, but how the divorce is handled. How can we navigate the complexities of treating a child with divorced or separated parents?