As we navigate the seas of life we will inevitably encounter rough seas.
Category: Clinical Psychology
Despite the lack of a proven way to prevent schizophrenia, scientists are searching for ways to make it less likely.
Today marks 16 years since the devastating loss of life from the terror attacks in New York City, Washington DC, and Stonycreek Township in Pennsylvania.
Miscarriages, stillbirth, or the death of an infant within the first month of life all fall under the umbrella term of perinatal loss.
We’ve all been there: in a state of sadness. Sometimes it’s despair. Next day we might get over it, particularly if the sun is shining.
A person is considered to be a functional alcoholic if they are afflicted with alcoholism but is nevertheless seen as someone who is managing a normal life.
It is a great achievement to be in remission when you are suffering from a severe and enduring mental health problem.
Today’s university students are experiencing anxiety at higher rates than before, and anxiety is now more common than depression.
The Lancet Psychiatry editorial draws attention to the way information gathered in clinical trials is based on disproportionate sampling of men.
How often have you made a shopping list to prevent you from forgetting what to buy when you go to the supermarket?