There was no similarity in cortical thinning between patients with schizophrenia and psychotic bipolar I disorder.
Investigators examined factors that may improve employment in patients with schizophrenia.
Implementing the Safety Planning Intervention in EDs along with a follow-up telephone call may be an effective brief suicide prevention intervention.
The treatment led to significantly greater symptom relief and belief reduction compared with exposure and response prevention.
Increased implementation of integrated primary care could help to improve the availability of psychological treatment for this patient population.
The researchers encouraged clinicians not to rely solely on medication to treat midlife anxiety, as benzodiazepines have been shown to increase mortality in certain groups; they pointed to talk therapy, meditation, and mindfulness-based interventions as possible considerations.
Art-based interventions could be easily implemented as an adjunct to conventional therapies for cancer-related pain and mood symptoms.
Anxiety may increase the risk for ischemic stroke and intracranial hemorrhage in patients with atrial fibrillation.
Patients with MS and comorbid psychiatric conditions have increased severity of subsequent neurological disability.
Dr. Ablow has helped some of the leading business people in America—including CEOs and investors—to set goals clearly, defeat negative thought patterns and communicate objectives in a way that galvanizes intentions to succeed. He also consults to companies on which applicants for positions are most likely to perform well. The …
Yes. Dr. Ablow has worked with patients who suffer with alcohol dependence, as well as dependence on marijuana, cocaine, opiate pain medications and heroin. He has achieved extraordinary success helping these patients rid themselves of addiction. The post Does Dr. Ablow work with substance-dependent patients? appeared first on Treatment for …
Yes. People from nineteen states, Europe and Asia have visited Dr. Ablow’s Boston office, staying at local hotels or inns, while receiving daily psychotherapy and/or medication management on an intensive basis. The post Can I visit with Dr. Ablow for intensive, multi-hour sessions, while visiting one of the cities where …
In addition to treating private patients for the past two decades, Dr. Ablow has served as medical director of a group of outpatient clinics serving 10,000 patients, medical director of one of the largest psychiatric hospitals and detox centers in Massachusetts and as Assistant Clinical Professor at Tufts Medical School. …
Dr. Ablow graduated Brown University with a degree in neurosciences, with highest honors. He then completed the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and a psychiatry residency at Tufts Medical School/New England Medical Center Hospitals. The post Where did Dr. Ablow get his training? appeared first on Treatment for Depression.
Patients of Dr. Ablow often find that reading Living the Truth: Transform Your Life through the Power of Insight and Honesty is very helpful to them. The post Which of Dr. Ablow’s books is most important to read to understand his treatment philosophy? appeared first on Treatment for Depression.