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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Bridging hope for the new year. A glimpse into what to look forward to.
Can therapy, a field shaped by white supremacy, heal the wounds of systemic oppression and racism? Why my answer is: not yet.
Advocates point out that the post-traumatic stress response is a useful adaptation to an extreme environment. Perhaps it’s time to stop calling it a disorder.
Repeated ketamine infusions reduces symptoms.
What’s new in trauma and PTSD research? If research is to be more than an exercise of confirmation bias to support belief systems, the wheat needs to be separated from the chaff.
For too long, we’ve attempted to treat patients while they are in the wrong mind state. An intervention called SGB can reduce anxiety and accelerate the course of talk therapy.
Psychedelic drugs, also known as hallucinogens or psychotomimetic drugs, may be in the early stages of a neuroscience renaissance,
As we usher in the new year, how do we leave the negativity of 2020 behind?
Life-threatening illness can be a catalyst for thinking about life’s meaning. Here are existential strategies to promote hope, growth, and purpose in patients and therapists.