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Very Happy Stories
68: Bacterial Infections Cause Psychiatric Conditions in Children. Just How Common Is this?

Very Happy Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 57:08


Did you know that many psychiatric illnesses in children stem from bacterial infections? Many doctors we see on the frontlines are unaware of these stealth infections so children can go undiagnosed for quite a while. It's not uncommon for these children to enter treatment programs for conditions such as suicidal ideation, OCD and eating disorders. The stealth infections causing these psychiatric conditions include Lyme disease, Babesia, Mycoplasma and Bartonella just to name a few. In this episode, Liza interviews Dr. Rosalie Greenberg, Board-Certified Adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, known for her expertise in the diagnosis and management of complex psychiatric problems in children.Dr. Greenberg shares stories of children under her care who have experienced improvement through the diagnosis and treatment of these underlying medical conditions. She discusses the psychiatric manifestations of these infections, the type of testing needed and the complexities of some cases, including situations of a congenital load where mothers have also been diagnosed with the same infections. This is an important episode to listen to if you are dealing with mental health issues in your family or know someone who is. There are real connections between psychiatric disorders and stealth bacterial infections. Awareness is critical. Liza and Dr. Greenberg unpack all of it. Listen to this episode.Liza's Guest:Dr. Rosalie Greenberg is a Board-Certified Adult, Child, and Adolescent Psychiatrist, known for her expertise in the diagnosis and management of complex psychiatric problems in children, and pediatric psychopharmacology.Dr. Greenberg received her MD from Columbia University-College of Physicians and Surgeons, where she also completed her training in adult psychiatry, as well as a fellowship in child psychiatry, serving as chief resident. She subsequently served for years on the teaching faculty at Columbia. A firm believer in the power of education, Dr. Greenberg is an author, researcher, lecturer, co-producer of an educational film, and creator and host of an award-winning cable TV show, all related to children's health. These various activities have been geared to both medical professionals and the lay public, including presentations at both national and international conferences. Dr. Greenberg brings her 40+ years of experience to topics that range from adolescent suicide and pediatric bipolar disorder as well as the many psychological aspects attributed to Lyme disease. Working in New Jersey, where Lyme disease is endemic, she found a sizeable number of the children she evaluated, tested positive for tick-borne illness, most of whom never had a known tick bite. For the past few years, she has focused on the psychiatric manifestations of infectious diseases, especially, tick-borne illnesses in children and adolescents.Dr. Greenberg maintains a private practice in Summit, New Jersey.https://www.rosaliegreenbergmd.com/Connect with Liza Online:Liza's Personal and Group Coaching - https://www.veryhappystories.com/workLiza on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lizasveryhappystories/Liza on FaceBook - https://www.facebook.com/veryhappystorieswithLizaBlas/Subscribe to Liza's Newsletter – www.veryhappystories.comLiza's Favorites:Vital PlanVital plan's Goal is to empower people to take control of their health and provide easy access to his potent herbal blends.Enjoy a 15% discount. Simply use my code VERYHAPPY15. Click the link to shop Vital Plan:These are the herbs we us: https://vitalplan.sjv.io/c/3428572/967226/12659We also use this: https://vitalplan.sjv.io/c/3428572/968554/12659Very Happy Stories is Partners with the LymeLight FoundationThe LymeLight Foundation is a charitable partner in the Lyme community that provides grants to enable eligible children and young adults with Lyme disease to receive proper treatment and medication as well as raising awareness about Lyme disease. LymeLight has awarded grants totalling over $7.7M to more than 1,000 individuals in 49 states. To donate directly toward LymeLight grants which help those struggling to receive treatment > click here to DONATE. To learn more about treatment grants > click here for GRANTSSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Unreasonably Grateful
Psychiatric Solutions

Unreasonably Grateful

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 7:38


This week I am continuing with reading one of the stories from my book and also recording with video! Today's story is called Psychiatric Solutions and it is about discovering what is important to you and taking the steps towards that goal. Sometimes in early recovery, you need to do what is best for you, you can't always be pleasing others. I am always happy to hear from you and you can reach me at terces@tercesengelhart.com and I will reply. Also if you would like to order my book directly from me, I am happy to send you a signed copy, just email me and I'll get it in the mail. ($15 plus shipping)     Notes tercesengelhart.com IG terces and unreasonablygrateful

GeriPal - A Geriatrics and Palliative Care Podcast
Transforming the Culture of Dementia Care: Podcast with Anne Basting, Ab Desai, Susan McFadden, and Judy Long

GeriPal - A Geriatrics and Palliative Care Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 52:46


What would it take to transform dementia care?  While a lot of hope and money is being put into new monoclonal amyloid antibodies like lecanemab, the evidence is that while they are great in reducing amyloid in the brain for those with early Alzheimer's disease, the effects are at best modest in slowing down the decline in cognition and function (more to be said on that in an upcoming podcast). In order to truly transform dementia care we need to think much broader than the amyloid hypothesis.  So on today's podcast we invite four brilliant individuals to talk about their perspective on how to change how we as a society and health care system partner with individuals with dementia. These amazing guests include: Susan McFadden, PhD, retired professor emerita (psychology and gerontology) at the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, an experienced researcher and practitioner in the field of dementia, and creator of the Fox Valley Memory Project. Her most recent book is Dementia Friendly Communities: why we need them and how we can create them  Anne Basting, PhD, a MacArthur Genius Grant awardee and professor (English/Theatre), University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.  She created TimeSlips which we talk about in our podcast.  Her most recent book is Creative Care: a revolutionary approach to dementia and elder care  Abhilash Desai, MD, geriatric psychiatrist, adjunct associate professor in the department of psychiatry at University of Washington School of Medicine, and poet!  He wrote a book titled “Psychiatric consultation in long term care” that has a strengths based approach to staging dementia (how cool is that) Judy Long, MDiv, BCC, palliative care chaplain and educator at UCSF and caregiver.  She directs UCSF MERI's patient, family, and clinician support with classes and consultation on resiliency, well-being, and grief. We discuss the importance of viewing individuals with dementia from a lens of resilience, the importance of creative engagement (as noted in Anne and Susan's wonderful article on this subject), the role of collaborative care, and what we can do to improve inclusivity for individuals with dementia in our community and health care systems.    

Power and Politics
Calgary Chamber of Commerce voices concerns about Alberta's sovereignty legislation

Power and Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 45:43


Calgary Chamber of Commerce President Deborah Yedlin talks about the concerns her members have with the Alberta Sovereignty Act, and the Power Panel weighs in. Plus, Ontario Labour Minister Monte McNaughton talks about his government's policies on unions and workers. Then Dr. Valerie Taylor, Psychiatric chair at the University of Calgary who heads the Association of Chairs of Psychiatry in Canada on upcoming changes to MAID.

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Mapping diagnostic trajectories from the first hospital diagnosis of a psychiatric disorder: a Danish nationwide cohort study using sequence analysis –

Psychiatry.dev - All Abstracts TTS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022


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Back from the Abyss
The way out of psychosis-- Psychopharmacology as magic

Back from the Abyss

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 64:47


Psychiatric meds so often get demonized in the media, including the podcast world, and while psych meds are far from perfect and often cause problematic side effects, they also literally save people's lives every single day.Steve grew up as the youngest of four, a happy boy in a happy family,   a “golden” childhood as he describes it….until everything fell apart. Within a period of just a few years, he lost his father and both his beloved older brothers, all while still a young teenager, leaving him with his Mom and an older sister. His family had been cut in half, yet his most frightening and overwhelming challenges were still to come. BFTA on Instagram. @backfromtheabysspodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/backfromtheabysspodcast/BFTA/ Dr. Hhttps://www.craigheacockmd.com/podcast-page/

American Journal of Psychiatry Residents' Journal Podcast
988 Crisis Hotline with Dr. Eric Rafla-Yuan

American Journal of Psychiatry Residents' Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 61:31


Media editor Nina Bihani, MD interviews Eric Rafla-Yuan, MD. Dr. Eric Rafla-Yuan is the 2021 Jeanne Spurlock Congressional Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and an award-winning researcher in medical psychiatry, health policy, and the sociopolitical determinants of health. In this episode, they discuss the 988 crisis hotline, political advocacy, and the many roles that psychiatrists can help outside of the standard clinical role. This was recorded at APA 2022 with previous Senior Media Editor Barrington Hwang, MD

Keeping Current CME
TAAR1: A New Target With Therapeutic Potential for Psychiatric Conditions, Focus on Schizophrenia

Keeping Current CME

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 28:04


Learn about the neuroscience driving the development of new therapies for schizophrenia. Credit available for this activity expires: 11/28/2023 Earn Credit / Learning Objectives & Disclosures: https://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/984465?ecd=bdc_podcast_libsyn_mscpedu  

Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Homotypic and Heterotypic Continuity in Psychiatric Symptoms From Childhood to Adolescence in Autistic Youth: JAACAP December 2022

Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 25:15


JAACAP December 2022: Contributing Editor Dr. Aviva K. Olsavsky interviews Dr. Virginia Carter Leno on the results from a community-based sample that suggests psychiatric symptoms in autistic youth exhibit substantial developmental continuity and thus highlight the importance of early screening and intervention.

Nemos News Network
Canadian Psychiatric Association Targets Anti-Vaxxers

Nemos News Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 3:52


In this special report:Canadian Psychiatric Association Targets Anti-VaxxersSource: Greg Reesehttps://www.bitchute.com/video/E3VqIDv8te4u/https://www.bitchute.com/channel/gregreese/https://reesereport.com

Com d'Archi
[REPLAY] S2#39

Com d'Archi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 8:40


The office Lazo & Mure architects, based near Paris in Montrouge, designs a lot of public projects. Among these projects there are many references of psychiatric projects. Antonio Lazo on behalf of his agency, in this interview, answers to our questions about this unusual and especially difficult specialty.___If you like the podcast do not hesitate:. to subscribe so you don't miss the next episodes,. to leave us stars and a comment :-),. to follow us on Instagram @comdarchipodcast to find beautiful images, always chosen with care, so as to enrich your view on the subject.Nice week to all of you ! Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Podcasts360
Mental Health, Psychiatric Comorbidities in IBD, Crohn Disease

Podcasts360

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 11:34


In this podcast, Charles Bernstein, MD, speaks about psychiatric comorbidities that occur in patients with Crohn disease and how they differ from other IBD disorders, the collaboration necessary within the clinician care team managing patients with IBD, and the connection between IBD symptoms and mental health. Dr Bernstein also spoke about these topics during his session at The Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (AIBD) conference 2022 titled “Addressing Mental Health and Psychiatric Comorbidities in IBD.”

The Latinx In Social Work Podcast
The Reality Of Being An Entrepreneur In The Social Work Industry | Jean Carlos Osorio LCSW-R

The Latinx In Social Work Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 43:19


My guest today might be the first-ever Latinx billionaire - and I mean it. Join me in this absolutely moving and tear-jerking episode of the Latinx In Social Work podcast, where I interview the inspiring Jean Carlos Osorio. Spoilers: this is the first time I've ever cried during a podcast. It's that good. Topics we touch on in today's episode include:The mental health journey Jean went through to build Minds TogetherWhat it's like to have a wildly successful social work clinic Jean's experience writing for the Latinx In Social Work book More about Jean:Jean Carlos Osorio is a NYS Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a Certified Dialectical Behavioral Therapist (CDBT).Jean Carlos has graduated from Stony Brook University in 2007 with a Masters in Social Work (MSW), he is the founder and Clinical/Executive Director at Minds Together, LCSW.PC. Mr. Osorio have worked in the field of Social Work for more than 12 years in many different social work settings including Psychiatric hospitals/institutions, inpatient and outpatient mental health facilities, community centers, non-profit agencies, LGBTQI community centers and have been in private practice for the past eight years providing services in both languages, English and Spanish.He specializes in childhood trauma/abuse/neglect, unresolved childhood issues, addictive behaviors, personality disorders, anxiety, depression and gender identity conflicts. He also worked with victims of human sex trafficking, the undocumented population.As part of his community engagement, he has created "Hablando con Jean Carlos" and "La Silla Caliente" two YouTube video series dedicated to fight against Mental Health stigma and address mental health issues in the Latino community.--- Follow Latinx in Social Work on the web: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erica-priscilla-sandoval-lcsw-483928ba/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/latinxinsocialwork/Website: https://www.latinxinsocialwork.com/ Get the best selling book Latinx in Social Work Volume 2: Stories that heal, inspire, and connect communities on Amazon today:https://a.co/d/i6pkuYy

Psychiatric Services From Pages to Practice
55: Taking an Evidence-Based Approach to Involuntary Psychiatric Hospitalization

Psychiatric Services From Pages to Practice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 26:29


Nathaniel P. Morris, M.D., joins Dr. Dixon and Dr. Berezin to discuss an evidence-based approach to involuntary psychiatric hospitalization.  Dr. Morris is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco. How did you get interested in this topic? [00:51] What is involuntary psychiatric hospitalization? [02:28] How does it vary by state and nationally? [04:46] What don't we know about the evidence behind involuntary psychiatric hospitalization? [05:46] What are the challenges of investigating involuntary hospitalization? [07:32] What is meant by “involuntary” [09:49] Lack of evidence [11:55] How do you approach studying this subject? [14:12] Alternatives to involuntary hospitalization [17:33] Who gets hospitalized? [19:27] Open Forum [21:30] What does public tracking mean? [22:50] How can we manage this if we don't even know anything about the practice across this country? [23:58] Transcript Subscribe to the podcast here. Check out Editor's Choice, a set of curated collections from the rich resource of articles published in the journal. Sign up to receive notification of new Editor's Choice collections. Browse other articles on our website. Be sure to let your colleagues know about the podcast, and please rate and review it wherever you listen to it. Listen to other podcasts produced by the American Psychiatric Association. Follow the journal on Twitter. E-mail us at psjournal@psych.org

JHU Press Journals Podcasts
Nicholas Tilmes on the Fuzzy Edges of Psychiatric Diagnosis

JHU Press Journals Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 30:44


Our guest today is Nicholas Tilmes, whose research focuses on the intersection of cognition, law, and technology, ranging from disability rights to neurotechnology and AI. He holds an M.A. in Bioethics from NYU and a B.A. in Philosophy & Psychology from Cornell University. He joins us today to discuss his paper published in the latest issue of the journal Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology, which examines the areas of psychological diagnosis that are fuzzy, vague, or indeterminate, and philosophical ways this vagueness can be reckoned with.

Kerry Today
Psychiatric Nurses Are Working Longer Than They Should – November 21st, 2022

Kerry Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022


SIPTU branch organiser, Donie Doody, says staff working in Kerry Mental Health Services are working 39 hours a week when they should only be working 37-and-a-half hours per a national deal for public sector workers that came into effect on July 1st.

The Gabby Reece Show
How We Are Changing the Mental Health Space at the Interface of Metabolism & Psychiatric Disorders with Harvard Psychiatrist Dr. Chris Palmer

The Gabby Reece Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 72:24


My guest today is Harvard medical physician Dr. Chris Palmer. Dr. Palmer has extensive experience in psychotherapy and psychopharmacology. Paying close attention to the impact of the ketogenic diet on epileptic patients Dr. Palmer started exploring improving the lives of people suffering from mental illness with the same nutritional approach. The ketogenic diet is the most well-studied diet by neuroscientists for epileptic patients for 100 years. Dr. Palmer explains that it's not just the body that has a metabolic function but so does the brain. His latest book, Brain Energy, is an extensive science book for the general public. He treats patients with mild symptoms of depression, OCD, and eating disorders to patients who have severe conditions of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. He has renewed his energy and excitement about the possibilities of truly helping people in the field of mental health not just with medication but with lifestyle. Enjoy! WEBSITE: www.chrispalmermd.com BOOK: Brain Energy Instagram: @chrispalmermd Twitter: @chrispalmerMD Connect with Gabby @gabbyreece | Linktree For show notes and past guests, please visit gabriellereece.com/podcast The Gabby Reece Show talks to top experts with the goal of extracting the best information you will need to navigate the universe of health, fitness, relationships, parenting, and business. Gabby keeps it simple but gets to the heart of the conversation with the hopes of providing you with realistic takeaways. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Advancing Health
Behavioral Health Success Part 2: Using a Historic Waiver to Expand CAH Psychiatric Beds

Advancing Health

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 19:24


Rural America is in crisis. A spike in suicides and deaths by substance abuse has strained communities already struggling with a lack of clinical and inpatient resources. But there is hope. In part two of this special podcast series, John Supplitt, senior director of Rural Health Services, AHA and Jordan Steiger, senior program manager, AHA clinical affairs and workforce, are joined by Stephanie Greer, president of Cannon Memorial Hospital, an Appalachian regional behavioral health hospital and critical access hospital in Newland, North Carolina. Listen to how Cannon Memorial succeeded in obtaining an unprecedented Medicare waiver that allowed it to expand the inpatient capacity for psychiatric services in the community.

Dr. Caroline Leaf Podcast
Podcast 435: How Hard Is It to Stop Antidepressants, and Are There Better Alternatives?

Dr. Caroline Leaf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 67:28


Download my new and improved brain detox app here: https://neurocycle.app SHOW DESCRIPTION: In this podcast I talk to clinical researcher and fellow at University College London Dr. Mark Horowitz on his own experience on psychiatric medication, the many myths surrounding antidepressants, safely withdrawing from psychiatric drugs, and so much more! Sign up to Patreon to get access to full AD-FREE episodes, exclusive downloads, live Q&As, and more: https://www.patreon.com/drcarolineleaf Read the blog here: https://drleaf.com/blogs/news/how-hard-is-it-to-stop-antidepressants OFFERS FROM OUR SPONSORS: -Everlywell: Get 20% OFF at-home lab test at everlywell.com/drleaf. -Noom: Sign up for your trial today at Noom.com/DRLEAF. And check out Noom's first ever book, The Noom Mindset, a deep dive into the psychology of behavior change. Available for pre-order wherever books are sold! -Pique Tea's Liposomal Vitamin C: or a Limited Time Special Offer Get 15% off and free shipping on your first month's supply of Daily Radiance by going to piquelife.com/drleaf. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: 3:55 Why Mark is passionate about mental health 6:10 Psychiatric withdrawal is often misunderstood or overlooked 8:00 Mark's own experiences with psychiatric medication & withdrawal 14:45 How survivor-run sites are helping people suffering from psychiatric drug withdrawal 17:26 There is very little guidance on ho two stop psychiatric medication safely 22:00 Why the withdrawal process is so hard for so many people 23:00 Why it is important to withdraw from psychiatric medication gradually & under the guidance of a medical professional 28:00 How psychiatric medications affect the brain & body 32:38 Why some people mistake drug withdrawal for a return of their condition 33:28 What withdrawal symptoms from psychiatric medications like antidepressants can look like 41:20 The power of awareness & acceptance + how our experiences can shape us & help us grow 45:00 Research on how common withdrawal effects from medications are 47:16, 54:13 How to safely withdraw from psychiatric medications 58:53 Why we should be careful when it comes to drugs like esketamine ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: -Get my new book Cleaning up Your Mental Mess here: https://www.cleaningupyourmentalmess.com -Get a free Cleaning up Your Mental Mess workbook when you subscribe to my weekly email at drleaf.com! - Visit my website at https://drleaf.com for more free resources -Instagram: @drcarolineleaf: https://www.instagram.com/drcarolineleaf/- -Facebook: Dr. Caroline Leaf: https://www.facebook.com/drleaf -Twitter: @drcarolineleaf: https://twitter.com/DrCarolineLeaf -Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/drcarolineleaf *DISCLAIMER: This podcast and blog are for educational purposes only and are not intended as medical advice. We always encourage each person to make the decision that seems best for their situation with the guidance of a medical professional.

ManifoldOne
Abdel Abdellaoui: Genetics, Psychiatric Traits, and Educational Attainment — #24

ManifoldOne

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 64:39


Abdel Abdellaoui is Assistant Professor of Genetics in the Department of Psychiatry, Amsterdam UMC, University of Amsterdam.Abdel Abdellaoui is a geneticist who has been involved in a wide range of studies on psychiatric genetics, behavioral genetics, and population genetics. He is particularly interested in how collective behaviors, such as migration and mate choice, influence the genetic makeup of populations and the relationship between genetic risk factors and environmental exposures.Steve and Abdel discuss:00:00 Abdel's background: education, family history, research career10:23 Abdel's research focus: polygenic traits, geographical stratification21:43 Correlations across geographical regions33:21 Educational Attainment38:51 Comparisons across data sets44:48 Longevity52:04 Reaction to NIH restricting access to data on educational attainmentResources: Abdel Abdellaoui's Google Scholar citations: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=hsyseKEAAAAJ&hl=enMusic used with permission from Blade Runner Blues Livestream improvisation by State Azure.–Steve Hsu is Professor of Theoretical Physics and of Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering at Michigan State University. Previously, he was Senior Vice President for Research and Innovation at MSU and Director of the Institute of Theoretical Science at the University of Oregon. Hsu is a startup founder (SafeWeb, Genomic Prediction, Othram) and advisor to venture capital and other investment firms. He was educated at Caltech and Berkeley, was a Harvard Junior Fellow, and has held faculty positions at Yale, the University of Oregon, and MSU. Please send any questions or suggestions to manifold1podcast@gmail.com or Steve on Twitter @hsu_steve.

Rio Bravo qWeek
Episode 119: Nurse Practitioner Week

Rio Bravo qWeek

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 15:20


Episode 119: Nurse Practitioner WeekAmy Arreaza is a family nurse practitioner who explains what this career is all about. She tells the history and the future of this profession.  By Amy Arreaza, FNP. Comments by Hector Arreaza, MD.Hector: When I moved to Utah from my home country, I went to a clinic to investigate why I was so fatigued. I wasn't a practicing physician at that time. I got seen by a family physician who was very brief and somewhat cold. During my follow-up appointment, I was attended to by a very pleasant lady doctor. She made good eye contact, smiled, and explained the results in a simple and easy way. In summary, my second visit was very enjoyable. Later, I learned that this lady was a nurse practitioner. I had no idea what it meant, but after many positive interactions, I became a fan of nurse practitioners in general. Today, I want you to learn more about this profession, and I invited my favorite nurse practitioner in the whole world, my wife Amy. Welcome, Amy Arreaza.Tell us who you are.Amy: First of all, thank you for inviting me to your podcast to talk about this wonderful profession. And second, I must reciprocate in kind, you are my favorite family physician. So, as you said, I am a nurse practitioner, but more specifically, I am a family nurse practitioner, or FNP for short. I've been an FNP for 14 years and currently work in central CA in a federally qualified health center as a primary care provider for the medically vulnerable.  Caring for this patient population is where my passion truly lies. What is a Nurse Practitioner?A nurse practitioner is an advanced practice registered nurse. This means they are RNs who have completed either a master's degree or a doctorate degree in nursing practice. With their extra education and training, they have similar job duties as a physician, and there is actually a lot of overlap in the roles of nurse practitioners and physicians. NPs' serve as primary care providers or as specialty care providers. They examine and assess patients' needs, order and interpret labs and imaging tests, diagnose disease, and provide treatment, which includes prescribing medication. In the United States, the scope of practice of a nurse practitioner is regulated by state law. As of this year, NPs have full practice authority in 26 states, the District of Columbia, and 2 US territories. This means that NPs can work independently in those states without the supervision of a physician. In the remaining states, NPs need to have a collaborative agreement with a physician or work under the supervision of a physician. How was this career created?Well, in the 1960s, Loretta Ford, a public health nurse in Colorado, recognized a deficit in health care in rural communities. She believed nurses could fill the healthcare gaps in rural America, and through the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education in Nursing, she was given an opportunity to help develop a specialized clinical curriculum for community health nurses.  In 1965, Loretta Ford joined forces with Dr. Henry Silver, a pediatrician, to create the first pediatric nurse practitioner program at the University of Colorado.  So, 57 years ago, the NP profession was created to help alleviate the physician shortage at that time. And today, with a continued shortage of physicians, the NP profession has become essential in meeting primary care needs across the United States. Hector: There are 24 states that still do not offer full practice authority to NPs. Those states are more likely to have “geographic health care disparities, higher chronic disease burden, primary care shortages, higher costs of care and lower standings on national health rankings.”Amy: That's right, research shows that states with full practice authority for NPs' rank highest in the nation for best access to care, while 9 of the bottom 10 states ranked as the least healthy states in the US have not yet granted NPs full practice authority.How do you become an NP?The first step in becoming an NP is to become a registered nurse with either an Associate's Degree or Bachelor's Degree in Nursing Science. You can then enroll in an associate's-to-master's degree NP program or a bachelor's to master's  degree NP program.  At the minimum, you must complete a Master of Science in Nursing (or MSN) Degree. However, you may choose to advance your education with a Doctorate of Nursing Practice (or DNP) degree.  After graduation, NPs take a national certification exam to get certification from the specialty board that oversees their practice area. For example, I graduated from the University of Utah family nurse practitioner program and then took the national Family Nurse Practitioner Certification Exam from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. This makes me a board-certified FNP. How many kinds of NPs are there?There are multiple kinds of NPs. I am a family nurse practitioner, meaning I can treat patients from infancy through their golden years to the end of life. Many FNPs work in family practice clinics; however, FNPs have a broad scope of practice which makes them very versatile, and they can work in different specialty care clinics as well. For example, as an FNP, besides working in family practice, I have worked in wound care and in urgent care. FNPs work in cardiology, pulmonology, dermatology, orthopedics, and various other specialty clinics. NP programs are generally patient-population focused, so besides the family nurse practitioner program, there are Adult, Emergency Care, Gerontology, Pediatric, Neonatal, Nurse Anesthetist, Nurse Midwife, Psychiatric, and Women's Health nurse practitioner programs. How can IMG MDs become NPs?I understand that it can be very difficult for an international medical graduate to be able to practice as an MD in the United States. If an IMG is interested in becoming an NP, I would recommend that they look for a university nursing program that offers an accelerated RN option for those who already hold a bachelor's degree in another field, then find out if the program will accept their international bachelor's degree. They will most likely need to validate their international degree before applying to the accelerated RN program. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, they could apply to a nurse practitioner program. Another option for IMGs is to look into physician assistant programs. Current statistics about NPs': In 2020, there are about 210,00-270,000 practicing NPs in the United States. The number of nurse practitioners is expected to grow in the following years by about 52% between 202 and 2030, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Currently, Americans make more than 1 billion visits to NPs'every year. The growth of NPs' is expected to address the current physician shortage.  Thank you, Nurse Practitioners.____________________________Conclusion: Now we conclude episode number 119, “Nurse Practitioner Week.” Amy Arreaza, FNP, explained the basics about Nurse Practitioners and how they contribute to the health of our patients. This episode is a tribute to all the nurse practitioners who work shoulder to shoulder-as key members of the healthcare teams across the United States. We thank all of you and look forward to your continued support for healthier communities.This week we thank Hector Arreaza and Amy Arreaza. Audio edition by Adrianne Silva.Even without trying, you go to bed a little wiser every night. Thanks for listening to Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast. We want to hear from you. Send us an email at RioBravoqWeek@clinicasierravista.org, or visit our website riobravofmrp.org/qweek. See you next week!_____________________References:Royalty-free music used for this episode: Simon Pettersson – good vibes_ Fashionista, downloaded on October 1, 2022, from https://www.videvo.net

Troubled Minds Radio
Reviving the Nodes - The Digital Collaboration of a Psychiatric Brain Collection

Troubled Minds Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 164:43


The rumor of a psychiatric brain collection in Denmark has been confirmed. Untouched by modern medicine, and harvested between 1945 and 1982, this collection of actual human brains might be useful in more ways than one...http://www.troubledminds.org Support The Show! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/troubledminds https://rokfin.com/creator/troubledminds https://troubledfans.com https://patreon.com/troubledminds#aliens #conspiracy #paranormalRadio Schedule Mon-Tues-Wed-Thurs 7-9pst - https://fringe.fm/iTunes - https://apple.co/2zZ4hx6Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2UgyzqMStitcher - https://bit.ly/2UfAiMXTuneIn - https://bit.ly/2FZOErSTwitter - https://bit.ly/2CYB71UFollow Algo Rhythm -- https://bit.ly/3uq7yRYFollow Apoc -- https://bit.ly/3DRCUEjFollow Ash -- https://bit.ly/3CUTe4ZFollow Daryl -- https://bit.ly/3GHyIaNFollow James -- https://bit.ly/3kSiTEYFollow Jennifer -- https://bit.ly/3BVLyCMFollow Joseph -- https://bit.ly/3pNjbzb Matt's Book -- https://amzn.to/3fqmRWgFollow Nightstocker -- https://bit.ly/3mFGGtxRobert's Book -- https://amzn.to/3GEsFUKFollow TamBam -- https://bit.ly/3LIQkFw--------------------------------------------------Denmark's brain collection: The dark and mysterious origins of nearly 10,00 brains in a basement | CNNhttps://www.cnn.com/2022/11/11/world/denmark-brain-collection-scn-spc-intl/index.htmlResearch Proves That Two Brains Are Definitely Better Than Onehttps://www.medicaldaily.com/research-proves-two-brains-are-definitely-better-one-342216A New Brain Model Could Pave the Way for Conscious AIhttps://scitechdaily.com/a-new-brain-model-could-pave-the-way-for-conscious-ai/Is the Internet Conscious? If It Were, How Would We Know? | WIREDhttps://www.wired.com/story/is-the-internet-conscious-if-it-were-how-would-we-know/Could the internet become conscious? | BBC Science Focus Magazinehttps://www.sciencefocus.com/science/could-the-internet-become-conscious/https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2012/08/the-nature-of-consciousness-how-the-internet-could-learn-to-feel/261397/What Is a Node in a Computer Network?https://www.lifewire.com/what-is-a-node-4155598Node Definitionhttps://techterms.com/definition/nodehttps://www.theawl.com/2016/11/the-spirit-of-the-internet/https://archive.ph/cgWwVNeuralink's 'show & tell' delayed by one month, Elon Musk says | Reutershttps://www.reuters.com/technology/neuralinks-show-tell-delayed-by-one-month-elon-musk-says-2022-10-23/https://blockgeni.com/what-if-internet-was-conscious/About - Neuralinkhttps://neuralink.com/about/Elon Musk on Twitter: "Twitter feels increasingly alive" / Twitterhttps://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1591842546216763399Elon Musk on Twitter: "Because it consists of billions of bidirectional interactions per day, Twitter can be thought of as a collective, cybernetic super-intelligence" / Twitterhttps://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1588081971221053440

Her Story - Envisioning the Leadership Possibilities in Healthcare

Meet the Guests:Stephanie Hartselle, M.D. is a pediatric and adult Psychiatrist and CEO of Hartselle & Associates. Alison Darcy, Ph.D. is the President and Founder of Woebot Health. Solomé Tibebu is a Senior Fellow for Digital Transformation at the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute, a Venture Partner at GreyMater, and Founder and Host of Going Digital: Behavioral Health Tech. Key Insights:This episode dives into the current state of mental healthcare in terms of perceptions, practice, and patient choice. Perceptions in Media. Dr. Hartselle is a consultant for big name movie producers, including Harley Quinn's “Birds of Prey”. She notes a growing interest in Hollywood to represent mental health illnesses more accurately.Treatment Challenges. There is high demand for mental healthcare services. However, Dr. Darcy points out that care practices are archaic and challenging to scale to meet that demand. Investing in Care. Solomé shares that there is more funding, attention, and interest than ever in mental healthcare. Now is the time to make change. This episode is part one of a special two-part series on mental health. Check out part two on Day Zero! Relevant Links:Check out Dr. Hartselle's full interviewCheck out Dr. Darcy's full interviewCheck out Solomé Tibebu's full interview

Intelligent Medicine
A Unified Theory of the Root Cause of All Psychiatric Disorders, Part 1

Intelligent Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 30:35


Intelligent Medicine
A Unified Theory of the Root Cause of All Psychiatric Disorders, Part 2

Intelligent Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 27:00


Past Life Awakening Institute Podcast
Dr. Stacie Lauro, Psychiatrist - Spiritual Awakenings

Past Life Awakening Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 76:39


Dr. Stacie Lauro, MD is a board certified neuropsychiatrist, trained psychoanalyst and spiritual coach in Tampa Florida. She got her Doctor of Medicine from Emory University School of Medicine She has worked with Psychotic Disorders, Personality Disorders, Addiction & Substance Abuse in Hospitals. She now works more with spiritual awakening ascension and spiritual healing. You can find her at https://www.oracle-md.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/oraclemdbydrstacie/ https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/psychiatrists/stacie-lauro-tampa-fl/1033336 00:00 Psychiatric training, medication and disillusionment. 08:52 Awakening to spiritual aspects of healing, and integrating 16:14 Spiritual reality vs diagnostic labelling        18:42 Medical community vs Spiritual community 24:22 Psychiatrists and hypnotherapy and Past Life Regression 28:26 Stacie's past life regression to Lemuria to deal with healers issues 42:34 Stacie's past life as a doctor in the Old West. Between lives.  48:50 Stacie's reflections on Past Life Regression Therapy       50:40 Stacie's clients issues and approach. 56:58 Archangel Michael, Yeshua, Channeled wisdom 59:22 Spirit Releasement Therapy, literal or metaphoric? 1:07:30 Stacie's spiritual approach. 1:10:17 Transpersonal Psychology & Hypnosis. Go to the Past Life Awakening Institute to apply for; 1) Certified Therapist online training with case studies and mentoring;  http://bit.ly/CertThrpst​ 2) Past Life or Spirit Releasement Therapy Online Sessions; http://bit.ly/PLRT_SRT_Sessions​ Mark Beale, Trainer & Mentor Past Life Awakening Institute https://www.pastlifeawakeninginstitute.com

JAMA Pediatrics Editors' Summary: On research in medicine, science, and clinical practice related to children’s health and
Risk of Psychiatric Disorders Among Refugee Children and Adolescents Living in Disadvantaged Neighborhoods; Effect of Text Messaging Parents of School-Aged Children on Outdoor Time to Control Myopia

JAMA Pediatrics Editors' Summary: On research in medicine, science, and clinical practice related to children’s health and

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 10:16


JAMA Pediatrics Editors' Summary by Dimitri A. Christakis, MD, MPH, Editor in Chief, and Alison A. Galbraith, MD, MPH, Associate Editor, for the November 7, 2022, issue. Related Content: Risk of Psychiatric Disorders Among Refugee Children and Adolescents Living in Disadvantaged Neighborhoods Effect of Text Messaging Parents of School-Aged Children on Outdoor Time to Control Myopia

Spectrum Autism Research
Psychiatric conditions hospitalize almost one in three autistic women by age 25

Spectrum Autism Research

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 2:46


The findings, based on Swedish national registry data, suggest a critical need to expand mental health services for autistic people. The post Psychiatric conditions hospitalize almost one in three autistic women by age 25 appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.

Mad in America: Science, Psychiatry and Social Justice
Anders Sørensen - Tackling Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal Through Research and in Practice

Mad in America: Science, Psychiatry and Social Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 38:36


This week we are sharing a special interview that's being done as part of World Tapering Day. World Tapering Day is being held on the 4th, 5th and 6th of November 2022 and it aims to raise global awareness of the need to safely taper psychotropic drugs. It has been organized by people with personal experience of the severe difficulties that can arise when stopping antidepressants, antipsychotics or benzodiazepines. If you would like to find out more or participate, you can visit the website WorldTaperingDay.org where you can sign up for a range of free-to-view webinars. Our guest today is Anders Sørenson. Anders is a Danish clinical psychologist with a special interest in psychiatric drug withdrawal. He has undertaken research which assesses the state of guidance on psychiatric drug withdrawal. He has also paid close attention to tapering methods with the aim of identifying approaches which might make withdrawal more tolerable for people.  In addition to his research work, Anders utilizes psychotherapy in his private practice when helping people to come off the drugs and we'll get to talk about some of that in this interview.

El último humanista
Witch hunt: A psychiatric approach

El último humanista

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 61:44


Charla en inglés para el departamento de psiquiatría en Loyola University, Maywood, IL dada el 3 de Noviembre de 2022.  Grand Rounds (In English) given at the department of psychiatry of Loyola University, Maywood, IL.  Image: North Beckwith witch trial, 1590, contemporary pamphlet 

Yoga Medicine
49 Epigenetics, Mental Health & Yoga: Expert Insights with Valerie Knopik PhD

Yoga Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 50:31


Our biology certainly influences our health and behavior, but the environment can also have a significant impact on our health and well-being. Thanks to the fascinating field of epigenetics, we now understand that factors like our nutrition, movement habits, stress levels, and feelings of emotional connection can affect the way our genes are expressed. So today host Rachel dips her toes into the world of science to discuss epigenetics, mental health, and yoga with guest Valerie Knopik. Valerie has a PhD in Psychology and postdoctoral training in Psychiatric and Genetic Epidemiology. Active in mental health research, Valerie has a deep interest in how our internal biology and our external environment (including yoga, mindfulness, and meditation) can interact to positively change our mental health landscape. In this episode, Valerie helps us understand how our genes alone don't determine our physical or mental health, what kind of environmental factors affect our epigenome, and how various yoga practices can make us more resilient to the environmental stressors we inevitably face. Show Notes: What got Valerie interested in science and biological psychology [3:28] Genetics versus epigenetics, how our “environment gets under the skin” [7:04] Defining epigenetics [11:23] Interrelating factors that influence our epigenetics [15:39] The varied roles yoga practice can play [21:19] What research says about the benefits of movement on our epigenome [23:22] Overlaps between the concepts of epigenetics and neural plasticity [29:59] The importance of supporting mental health; how yoga can help [31:43] Yoga practices for burnout [39:34] Valerie's key takeaways [43:57] Links Mentioned: Watch this episode on YouTube Mental Health & Wellness Yoga Teacher Training Recommended Articles: Epi-What? Change Your Internal Landscape Part 2: Epigenetics and How It Reduces Depression and Increases Longevity Światowy et al., “Physical Activity and DNA Methylation in Humans”: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8657566/ Lindholm et al., “An integrative analysis reveals coordinated reprogramming of the epigenome  and the transcriptome in human skeletal muscle after training” Yoga Medicine Online Burnout Series Yoga Medicine Online Monthly Dose: Mental Health Lecture Connect with Valerie Knopik: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Yoga Medicine Online Teacher You can learn more about this episode, and see the full show notes at YogaMedicine.com/podcast-49. And you can find out more about insider tips, online classes or information on our teacher trainings at www.YogaMedicine.com. To support our work, please leave us a 5 star review with your feedback on iTunes/Apple Podcasts.

Diverse Thinking Different Learning
Ep. 105: Medication Helps But is Not a Magic Potion for ADHD with Syed Naqvi, MD

Diverse Thinking Different Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 42:34


If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD, you might be considering your treatment options. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that for children between the ages of 4 and 6, the first line of treatment should include parent training in behavior management and behavioral classroom interventions. Medication should be used if those interventions do not result in significant improvement or if the child continues to have serious problems. For children and adolescents between the ages of 6 and 18, recommended treatment is FDA approved medications along with parent training in behavior management and classroom interventions. Medication works alongside behavior management. We get questions frequently about medication and they need to be answered by a pediatric expert. That's why I have asked Dr. Syed Naqvi to join the podcast for this conversation on medication as a treatment for ADHD. In this episode, you'll learn how medication can benefit a child with ADHD, but also the steps to take before it is ever considered.     Show Notes: [2:46] - Over the years, Dr. Wilson has received numerous questions about medication. [3:33] - Medication consultations are necessary to determine if it's appropriate. [4:26] - Not every case of ADHD needs medication as treatment. [5:50] - For medication to be used, ADHD must interfere with daily life. [7:01] - Be mindful that ADHD might not be the sole factor in disruptive behavior. [8:55] - Dr. Naqvi is adamant about using standard scales. [10:10] - Sometimes, Dr. Naqvi can be doing an ADHD assessment and notice other learning disabilities. [11:33] - Interventions will vary depending on the age of the child and there are a lot of factors that impact them. [13:14] - Interventions need to be revisited every 6-12 months. [15:29] - The root cause is the most important piece to find and that's challenging in a child as they are growing and changing. [17:23] - All medications have side effects and they need to be considered. If the risks outweigh the benefits, that is not the route to take. [18:49] - The benefits of medication will be different per child. [20:50] - Setting boundaries and rules to help manage behavior is necessary in addition to medication. [23:07] - Dr. Naqvi and Dr. Wilson discuss work by Russell Barkley. [24:01] - Interventions need to take place before medication is introduced. [25:19] - Some parents are disappointed when medication isn't immediately prescribed, but Dr. Naqvi shares that it is not a magic potion. [27:05] - Dr. Naqvi shares the differences between some common medications prescribed for ADHD. [30:16] - FDA guidelines must be considered. [31:36] - Dr. Naqvi educates parents on other types of supplements that could benefit children with ADHD before resorting to medication. [33:12] - Let children have their joy but be aware of things like treats and how they impact their behavior. [35:26] - Be aware of myths that surround ADHD and ADHD medication. [36:43] - Genetics also plays a role in side effects. [37:53] - ADHD is a genetic disorder, which may impact the parent in remembering to give the child medication appropriately. [40:39] - If you have questions for Dr. Naqvi, email is the best way to reach him.   About Our Guest: Syed Naqvi MD is Board certified and recertified, in both adult and child & Adolescent psychiatry. He provides state-of-the-art psychopharmacological treatment to children with autism, intellectual disabilities with psychiatric issues, Autism Spectrum Disorder, bipolar disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and Tourette's disorder. He has been the recipient of numerous awards. Dr. Naqvi is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry in UCLA. He also devotes his professional time as Director of Psychiatric services at Wayfinder family services in Los Angeles and in his private practice in Beverly Hills and Calabasas.     Connect with Dr. Naqvi: Email: naqvihealer@gmail.com   Links and Related Resources: Episode 34: Key Principles for Raising a Child with ADHD with Dr. Russell A. Barkley What Causes ADHD? The Intersection of Executive Function, ADHD, and Other Learning Differences Executive Functioning and Self Regulation in ADHD Mindfulness in the Treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder   Join our email list so that you can receive information about upcoming webinars - ChildNEXUS.com The Diverse Thinking Different Learning podcast is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or legal advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Additionally, the views and opinions expressed by the host and guests are not considered treatment and do not necessarily reflect those of ChildNEXUS, Inc or the host, Dr. Karen Wilson.

abandoned: The All-American Ruins Podcast
S01E09: The King of Letchworth Village (Letchworth Psychiatric Village - Thiells, NY)

abandoned: The All-American Ruins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 28:50


It's 1972, and Geraldo Rivera is on a mission to expose the horrific conditions inside psychiatric hospitals across New York. Fly back in time with Blake where he meets a curious, new imaginary friend named Carl who shows him around the abandoned, infamous psychiatric facility Letchworth Village in Thiells, NY. (Note: For the best immersive experience, we strongly suggest you wear headphones

Pediatric Meltdown
112 Schizophrenia: Recognizing the Early Symptoms

Pediatric Meltdown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 63:25


https://cutt.ly/WhatAreYourThoughts (https://cutt.ly/WhatAreYourThoughts) No one expected it. How could you? I mean, he was doing so well. Taking the meds, socially engaged. Everything seemed fine….. But one day in February something went wrong. Dr. Colleen Kraft makes a second appearance on the podcast, but this time, she walks us through her very personal journey of how schizophrenia has affected her family as well as her, as a mother. It's difficult to hear, but it's something that will stay with you for a very long time. Dr. Elise Falluco, one of the foremost leading pediatric psychiatrists, helps shed light on this mental illness that 24 million people deal with every day. Our host, Dr. Lia Gaggino gets the hard truth to some hard questions.  Listen in as 3 of the most accomplished medical professionals in the United States discuss this often-stigmatized mental illness, schizophrenia.    Schizophrenia: Noun  PSYCHIATRY a long-term mental disorder of a type involving a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion, and behavior, leading to faulty perception, inappropriate actions and feelings, withdrawal from reality and personal relationships into fantasy and delusion, and a sense of mental fragmentation. (in general use) a mentality or approach characterized by inconsistent or contradictory elements. "Gibraltar's schizophrenia continues to be fed by colonial pride"   [00:30 -15:37] Opening Segment The back story on Dr. Falluco and Dr Kraft and what led them to wanting to work with children Dr. Falluco talks about (her son), Tim's schizophrenia diagnosis  33% diagnosed schizophrenics are treatment resistant   If 33% of cancer patients were treatment resistant, we would be demanding new and better treatment [15:38 - 24:46] What are the early signs to look out for? No longer cares about appearance, gets tired, sleep disrupted, apathy, stops bathing, etc. Psychosis sometimes masquerades as depression  The difference between the child who has an “imaginary friend” and a child that is not developmentally typical  Most common scenario: parents bring their child to the doctor because the child was found talking to themselves. [24:47 - 34:16]  How to Ask the hard questions The question that will determine “True Psychosis” vs “Psychotic Like Experiences” Why headphones might be a red flag? How to get past the stigma    [34:17 - 59:13]  What causes Schizophrenia?   Medications and treatments currently being researched How much do genetics factor into diagnosing schizophrenia   Making the distinction between bipolar and psychosis We need to change the language that is associated with schizophrenia (i.e. “Psychotic Killer”, Schizophrenic Criminal”) [59:14 - 1:08:56]  Closing segment Takeaway You can reach Dr. Colleen Kraft Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/docmom3460/ (@docmom3460) Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colleen-kraft-7a30708/ (Colleen Kraft | LinkedIn) You can reach Dr. Elise Falluco Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elise-fallucco-9b402485/ (Elise Fallucco | LinkedIn) Resources: Other episodes you may like: Episode #13  Psychiatric consultation https://cutt.ly/PsychiatricConsultation Resources Mentioned in the Episode Song lyrics mentioned by Dr. Kraft “Song For Sandy” by Alela Diane https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsnXT8fGhrs (Song for Sandy - YouTube) Song lyrics mentioned by Dr. Kraft “Mona Lisas & Mad Hatters” by Elton John https://cutt.ly/MonaLisasMadHatters (https://cutt.ly/MonaLisasMadHatters) Dr. David Kessler's website https://grief.com/ (Grief.com - Help For Grief Because LOVE Never Dies) Podcast:  Healing https://cutt.ly/HealingWithDavidKessler (https://cutt.ly/HealingWithDavidKessler) Tender Hearts Community https://www.davidkesslertraining.com/tenderhearts.com...

Mind-Body Solution with Dr Tevin Naidu
Tony Nader: Extreme Idealism and Consciousness as the Ultimate Reality

Mind-Body Solution with Dr Tevin Naidu

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 104:17


WATCH: https://youtu.be/PFHiMYKubrU Dr Tony Nader, MD, PhD, MARR, is a Medical Doctor trained at Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (PhD. in Neuroscience), and a globally recognised Vedic Scholar. Dr Nader is an author and fellow podcaster, with his book titled: "One Unbounded Ocean of Consciousness" and his podcast titled: "Consciousness Is All There Is". As Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's successor, Dr Nader is head of the international Transcendental Meditation® organisations in over 100 countries. From the Americas to Asia, from Europe to Africa, Dr Nader guides the Transcendental Meditation program and its advanced practices, and the practical applications of this technology in all areas of national life – education, health, business, defense, agriculture, and more. Dr Nader's vision is to bring happiness, health, and peace to the minds and hearts of the whole world family. His experiences as a teacher, father, leader, scientist, and doctor have inspired his dedication to all global citizens – and his commitment to opening their awareness to the important things in life, from a truly profound perspective. To help remove conflicts in society, so that higher values and beautiful goals become the guiding light of everyone, is his total focus. CONNECT: - Website: https://tevinnaidu.com - Instagram: https://instagram.com/drtevinnaidu - Facebook: https://facebook.com/drtevinnaidu - Twitter: https://twitter.com/drtevinnaidu - LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/drtevinnaidu TIMESTAMPS: (0:00) - Introduction (0:27) - What is consciousness? (4:10) - Scientific vs philosophical understanding of the mind (10:56) - Eastern approach to the mind (12:52) - Tony's shift from Physicalism to Idealism (18:20) - Objective Idealism vs Panpsychism (22:29) - Basic units of consciousness (30:50) - Conscious quarks vs conscious humans (range of consciousness) (36:59) - From altered states of consciousness to quantum mechanics (47:16) - Consciousness is all there is (a journey) (1:01:39) - Practicality of extreme idealism (1:11:06) - Donald Hoffman's Idealism (Conscious Realism) (1:15:17) - Linguistics & semantics (1:17:38) - Transcendental meditation & religious/spiritual beliefs (1:29:41) - Psychiatric/neurological conditions & other states of mind (1:32:51) - Free Will & Determinism (1:35:47) - Tony's Philosopher Mount Rushmore (1:37:52) - Tony's final thoughts & reflections (1:39:51) - Love, connection & unification (1:41:36) - Conclusion Website · YouTube

Not As Crazy As You Think Podcast
A Growing Collective of Critics From Mental Health Pros to Psychiatric Survivors --A Changing Story on Mental Illness (S4, E15)

Not As Crazy As You Think Podcast

Play Episode Play 58 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 44:09


In the episode, "A Growing Collective of Critics From Mental Health Pros to Psychiatric Survivors --A Changing Story on Mental Illness(S4, E15) ," I explore how the movement is indeed growing, and the voices are getting louder. The critics of psychiatry, who represent mental health professionals, psychiatric survivors, the prescribed harm collective, and many others, are speaking out. The new story about mental illness is about reclamation and renewal. But for decades, that's not what sufferers have been told. Instead, they've been told they have a chemical imbalance and a lifelong brain disease. Psychiatry's power is that of claiming authority that their treatment is the only one to “correct” and manage these symptoms. But thanks to many people coming forth to echo our concerns, an alternative perspective can be revealed. In 2020, an estimated 14.2 million adults in US dealt with serious mental illness. But isn't demanding there is only one way to heal, perpetuating the stigma? Oftentimes, patients who seek treatment aren't encouraged to do anything but listen to the doctor about their label and taking the meds. Relying on a medical interpretation, many psych survivors have their free agency regarding medication and hospitalizations taken away. We are told that if we don't agree with the doctor, we have lack of insight, which can be enough to provoke involuntary hospitalization. Meanwhile, people who claim they have healed themselves without drugs are shunned by the ones who embrace the meds and the label. But it's a growing truth for many, and we won't be quieted.  With statistical studies claiming that mental illnesses can be detectable years before they begin, making weak connections to causality analyzing everything from low birthweight to whether you ever visited a child clinical service, neuroscience is showing that we can in fact heal. It seems that taking the time to pay attention to it can alone be the remedy. With mental illness continually on the rise, can we finally empower people to believe that healing is possible? #endthestigma #fakeDSM #psychmedsharm #mentalhealth #mentalillness #psychiatricsurvivor #prescribedharm #chemicalimbalance #psychiatryisnotscience #neuroscience #brainwash #psychmedstaperingDon't forget to subscribe to the Not As Crazy As You Think YouTube channel @SicilianoJenAnd please visit my website at: www.jengaitasiciliano.comConnect: Instagram: @ jengaitaLinkedIn: @ jensicilianoTwitter: @ jsiciliano

MedNet21 CME Podcast
Psychiatric and Behavioral Health Management in Chronic Health Conditions

MedNet21 CME Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 56:48


The BelTel
Who killed the judge's daughter?: The murder of Patricia Curran and why her family was not properly investigated (Part 2)

The BelTel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 25:03


Patricia Curran's mutilated body was discovered just 40 yards from her home at 2 o'clock in the morning on the 13th of November 1952. She was a judge's daughter – savagely stabbed to death - the pressure was on to find her killer. An innocent - but compromised man - Iain Hay Gordon, was eventually blackmailed into signing a confession and sent to a Psychiatric hospital – only to be quietly released and packed off to home to Scotland. In this episode of the BelTel, Journalist Stephen Gordon, tells us about meeting Patricia's brother Desmond – who spent his life as a Catholic Priest in South Africa – a life some think was an act of redemption. And we ask the biggest question of all – if Ian Hay Gordon didn't kill Patricia – then who did?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CE Podcasts for Nurses
Intrusive Licensure Questions: Are We Violating Our Nurses' Rights to Privacy? - Part 1: Do I Have to Share My Mental Health or Psychiatric History for Licensure?

CE Podcasts for Nurses

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 27:16


One of the purposes of this podcast episode is to analyze and better comprehend the issue of disclosure of nurses' psychiatric history or current mental health information as connected to licensure or relicensure. ---This is episode 1 of the series: Intrusive Licensure Questions: Are We Violating Our Nurses' Rights to Privacy?  This podcast series discusses something that has been brewing for years. Should nurses have to share personal information regarding their mental health and/or their psychiatric history for licensure or relicensure? If you are a nurse preparing to take your nursing board exam or if you have been a nurse for any length of time, what would you do if you looked at your information for obtaining a license or renewing an existing license and saw a question about divulging your personal mental health history? In some states, this is an issue that nurses face. This CE course is relevant to nursing. At Colibri Healthcare, we developed this educational content with a genuine approach to bringing attention to mental health from a healthcare professional's perspective. This podcast contains content that may be unsettling for some listeners. The episodes may discuss suicide, depression, and other sensitive topics. We do our best to discuss sensitive topics such as these with discretion and sincerity. Because of the sensitive topic being discussed, we recommend this podcast for adults only.  Content warnings: Mentions of suicide, depression, death, self-harm Nurses may be able to complete an accredited CE activity featuring content from this podcast and earn CE hours provided from Elite Learning by Colibri Healthcare. For more information, click hereView Episode Show NotesView Episode Transcript Already an Elite Member? Login hereLearn more about CE Podcasts from Elite Learning by Colibri HealthcareView this podcast course on Elite LearningSeries: Intrusive Licensure Questions: Are We Violating Our Nurses' Rights to Privacy?  

Psychology Unplugged
Psychiatric Hospitalizations

Psychology Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 34:31 Very Popular


American Journal of Psychiatry Residents' Journal Podcast
Journal Club - September 2022: Minority Mental Health and Diversity

American Journal of Psychiatry Residents' Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 35:22


You're invited to the first AJP-RJ journal club! The media editors  get together to discuss highlights of the September 2022 issue of the American Journal of Psychiatry Residents' Journal, with Special Section theme of Minority Mental Health and Diversity. Topics include the history of Homosexuality in the DSM, providing inclusive care to transgender patients, as well as intellectual disabilities as it relates to diversity. 

Heal Podcast with Lyme 360
EP 110: Lyme Through a Psychiatric Lense with Dr. Trachman

Heal Podcast with Lyme 360

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 35:47


Susan B. Trachman, MD, is a practicing psychiatrist with over 30 years of experience, passionate about exploring medically unexplained illnesses through the lens of psychiatry. We dive into how unexplained illnesses such as Lyme affect the psychiatric world. Dr. Trachman shares her research and works on how Lyme disease and other chronic illnesses affect the psyche, why the connection between psychiatric health and chronic illness is not addressed, and her tips for tackling Lyme symptoms at home.

Scattershot Symphony:  The Music of Peter Link
Rosemary and Thyme: Replete with Golden Wings

Scattershot Symphony: The Music of Peter Link

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 30:29


Thyme bravely faces Josiah with the truth. He doesn't buy it. He wants her to get Psychiatric help. He thinks both Thyme and Gabe are looney. Gabriel exposes himself to Josiah magnificently. Josiah is abashed, but convinced.Scattershot Symphony is presented by Watchfire Music watchfiremusic.com Episode Song CreditsPlease Don't Let Me Go - Performed by Julia WadeI Am Gabriel - Performed by Peter LinkWhen All Is Said And Done - Performed by Peter LinkCredit RollBook and Lyrics by Peter Link and Ragan CourtneyMusic by Peter LinkDirector and Dramaturg – Ron StetsonThe Cast(In Order of Appearance)Thyme – Julia WadeGod – Michael TuckerJosiah Washburn – Steve BlanchardLizzie Cranbottom – Judy McLaneGabriel – Peter LinkGabe – Peter LinkMama – Terry BurrellBishop Emanuel Goodspeed – Patrick Ryan SullivanDikke Matumbeh – Melvin AbstonDr. Alfredo Encarnacion – Martin SolaMaj. Zwei Xiang – Michelle Liu CoughlinAbigail – Carolee GoodgoldDorothy – Emily BindigerMartha – Jan HorvathRufus – Patrick JudeTrucker – Wayne DuvallMorgan Abernathy – Wayne DuvallJose – Robert MontanoMaria – Natalie ToroElvira – Jenny BurtonRamon Rodriguez – Don ScardinoSlick Presley – Peter LinkProduction StaffWatchfire MusicJulia Wade – President, Peter Link, CEO & Creative DirectorAssociate Producer – Amanda WeitmanAssociate Producer – Barbara KellerAssociate Producer – Dustin LinkTheatrical Attorney – Christopher SmithMastered by Philip Klum Mastering, NYCDialogue Recording Engineer – Tim LeitnerMarketing – Jass Bianchi and Color In SoundCasting – Steve BlanchardCast Schedule Coordination – Jenny BurtonAssistant to Jenny Burton – Hanna RoweDriver – Patrick JudeRecording StudiosLink Studios, Summit, NJStrange Weather, Brooklyn, NYThe Recording Den, Bethany, CTJohn Kilgore Sound, NYC, NYAssistant Engineer – Nate BrailerTechnical Assistant To Peter Link – Nathan BurgdorffSound Effects Design & Implementation – Peter Link Sound Effects Research and Capture – Jenny BurtonPro Sound EffectsThe Hollywood Edge – The Premiere EditionPixabay.comDesignGraphics & Videography – Skye MaloneLogo Design – Renee Gannon

Take Your Pills, Psychopath!
Ep. 45 Providing Psych Evals and Prescribing Meds w/ Nurse Practitioner Hannah Rose

Take Your Pills, Psychopath!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 70:14


Psychiatric nurse practitioner, Hannah Rose, joins JFOD to discuss what the process is like to provide somebody with a psychiatric evaluation and what it's like to prescribe medication. They also discuss the state of mental health care in the America, the challenges of getting hospitalized when necessary, and so much more. This really is a great episode! Support John on Patreon: Patreon.com/JFOD. Watch John's stand up special: youtu.be/OKptLDt6xKo.

Something Sinister Podcast
#54 - HISTORY OF PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS & ASYLUMS

Something Sinister Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 59:48


Welcome to the 54th episode of Something Sinister! In this episode, Alexa talks about the history of psychiatric hospitals, asylums, procedures, treatments, and more. Podcast available on Apple, Spotify, Google Play, and more. Hosted by Anchor. CADENCE: @cadencenicolem ALEXA: @alexarorth INSTAGRAM: @somethingsinisterpodcast TWITTER: @sinistersocials PATREON/MERCH: www.somethingsinisterpodcast.com EMAIL US: somethingsinisterpodcasts@gmail.com Listener discretion is advised. Not suitable for young audiences. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/something-sinister-podcast/support

Hope + Help Podcast
Hope + Help for a Psychiatric Diagnosis with Ed Welch

Hope + Help Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 45:24


In this episode of the Hope + Help Podcast, host Christine Chappell interviews Ed Welch about his book, I Have a Psychiatric Diagnosis: What Does the Bible Say? Some of the questions addressed in this interview are: • What's the difference between the terms psychiatric, psychological, and spiritual? • What does being an embodied soul have to do with being diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder? • Do sufferers need to know the exact reasons why they're suffering in order to experience God's comfort? • What makes forgiveness of sin relevant and comforting to someone labeled with a psychiatric disorder? • Is it wrong to partake of physical treatments when diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder? • What's one biblical piece of wisdom you'd share with those caring for someone who has a psychiatric diagnosis? • How does the hope and help of Jesus Christ encourage someone who has recently been given a psychiatric diagnosis? View the full show notes & links for this episode: https://ibcd.org/psychiatric-diagnosis-ed-welch The Hope + Help Podcast offers biblical conversations about life's challenging problems. The podcast accomplishes this by offering a mix of interviews with seasoned biblical counseling professionals and ministry leaders on a variety of topics. Hosted by Christine Chappell. To learn more about the show and to access helpful resources, visit https://ibcd.org/hopeandhelp. Connect with host Christine Chappell at https://christinemchappell.com. IBCD's Hope + Help Podcast is available on most podcast streaming platforms, so please don't keep the show a secret! If you know someone walking through a challenging season of life, please share the Hope + Help Podcast with them.

Your Favorite Blockhead's show
Episode #253: The Great Pumpkin in Hibernation, the Psychiatric Booth, and the UFC Scales Dilemma

Your Favorite Blockhead's show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 22:53


All links, sponsors, networks, and notes for this episode can be accessed via the blog page below:https://yourfavoriteblockhead.com/2022/09/17/episode-253-the-great-pumpkin-in-hibernation-the-psychiatric-booth-and-the-ufc-scales-dilemma/

Neurology Minute
Psychiatric Symptoms in Autoimmune Encephalitis Remission

Neurology Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 2:46


Dr. Ramy Sameh Gabarin discusses his abstract, "Long-Term Psychiatric Symptoms in Autoimmune Encephalitis Remission". You can find Dr. Gabarin's abstract, along with all of our summer conference abstracts here: https://www.aan.com/MSA/Public/Events/Details/15177 This podcast is sponsored by argenx. Visit www.vyvgarthcp.com for more information.

The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide with Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy
Therapists on the Hostage Negotiation Team and Supporting Police Work: An interview with Dr. Andy Young

The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide with Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 31:02


Therapists on the Hostage Negotiation Team and Supporting Police Work: An interview with Dr. Andy Young Curt and Katie interview Andy Young about hostage (crisis) negotiation and his work with SWAT and crisis negotiation in Lubbock, TX. Content warning: discussion of violence, suicide, and homicide. We talk about what therapists can do within police departments, the interplay between mental health and law enforcement, what that work looks like – especially when involved in crisis negotiation, and skills therapists need when working in these settings. We also look at trauma response and how it is handled when things go south. Transcripts for this episode will be available at mtsgpodcast.com! An Interview with Dr. Andy Young Dr. Andy Young has been a Professor of Psychology and Counseling at Lubbock Christian University since 1996 and a negotiator and psychological consultant with the Lubbock Police Department's SWAT team since 2000. He also heads LPD's Victim Services Unit and is the director of the department's Critical Incident Stress Management Team. He has been on the negotiating team at the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office since 2008 and is on the team at the Texas Department of Public Safety (Texas Rangers, Special Operations, Region 5). He is the author of, “Fight or Flight: Negotiating Crisis on the Frontline” and “When Every Word Counts: An Insider's View of Crisis Negotiations.” He was recently added as a third author for the 6th Edition of “Crisis Negotiations: Managing Critical Incidents and Hostage Situations in Law Enforcement and Corrections”. In this podcast episode, we talk about the role therapists can play in crisis negotiation There have been many calls to defund the police and create roles for mental health professionals in law enforcement. Dr. Andy Young has already been doing this for 20 years. We talked with him about what that experience looks like. What can therapists do for law enforcement? Crisis counseling Hostage or Crisis Negotiation support (advising on the negotiation) Psychiatric consultation Predicting violence or suicide, assessing subjects' mental health What is the interplay between mental health and law enforcement? Police officers get 40 hours of active listening and mental health Officers started out a bit stand-offish, reported increased mental load due to needing to protect mental health professionals at the scene Finding value in taking mental health out of scope of law enforcement There is a huge importance in developing relationship with the officers Specialized training needed that can support integrating mental health providers into law enforcement teams What does work look like for therapists in law enforcement and crisis negotiation? Coaching on communication Assessing the situation and the subject Strategizing interventions to de-escalate the situation Provide context and reassurance to law enforcement professionals Hostage Negotiation calls are typically once to twice a month (and not every month). There are successful outcomes 97% of the time How do these law enforcement and mental health providers handle things when they go south? “There's me and other people like me – therapists who understand the law enforcement culture, and even are trusted by the law enforcement culture – where officers will reach out for additional assistance if they believe that they need it [after a traumatic incident]. And of course, me being around just walking through the halls of the police department, inevitably, somebody will say, 'Hey, can I talk to you for a minute?' and then it gets personal”. – Dr. Andy Young Crisis support Critical Incident Stress Management Mental health providers who are accepted within the law enforcement culture The political, investigative and personal elements of a lethal force incident Processing and debriefing within the team What skills should therapists have to work with law enforcement and hostage negotiation? “People get to make decisions for themselves. And we might be able to coach people on how to land the airplane, but they get to land the airplane themselves. And in my office, that's one thing. But out on the street where there's guns or elevated positions that we can jump off of or innocent people that we can kill. It's the same principle, but at its extreme, and it really tests a person about being able to apply that to yourself and your circumstances.” – Dr. Andy Young Pragmatic and understanding the situation you're in Practical, knowing your own limits Ability to manage emotional situations calmly Navigating the extreme stakes out in the streets Understanding law enforcement The benefit of having a mental health provider on a hostage negotiation team Training the team on mental health concerns Improving “batting average” on successful outcomes The importance of a well-trained team Our Generous Sponsor for this episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide: Thrizer Thrizer is a new modern billing platform for therapists that was built on the belief that therapy should be accessible AND clinicians should earn what they are worth. Their platform automatically gets clients reimbursed by their insurance after every session. Just by billing your clients through Thrizer, you can potentially save them hundreds every month, with no extra work on your end. Every time you bill a client through Thrizer, an insurance claim is automatically generated and sent directly to the client's insurance. From there, Thrizer provides concierge support to ensure clients get their reimbursement quickly, directly into their bank account. By eliminating reimbursement by check, confusion around benefits, and obscurity with reimbursement status, they allow your clients to focus on what actually matters rather than worrying about their money. It is very quick to get set up and it works great in completement with EHR systems. Their team is super helpful and responsive, and the founder is actually a long-time therapy client who grew frustrated with his reimbursement times The best part is you don't need to give up your rate. They charge a standard 3% payment processing fee! Thrizer lets you become more accessible while remaining in complete control of your practice. A better experience for your clients during therapy means higher retention. Money won't be the reason they quit on therapy. Sign up using bit.ly/moderntherapists if you want to test Thrizer completely risk free! Sign up for Thrizer with code 'moderntherapists' for 1 month of no credit card fees or payment processing fees! That's right - you will get one month of no payment processing fees, meaning you earn 100% of your cash rate during that time.   Resources for Modern Therapists mentioned in this Podcast Episode: We've pulled together resources mentioned in this episode and put together some handy-dandy links. Please note that some of the links below may be affiliate links, so if you purchase after clicking below, we may get a little bit of cash in our pockets. We thank you in advance! www.DrAndyYoung.com Relevant Episodes of MTSG Podcast: Treating First Responders: An interview with Yael Shuman, LMFT Special Series: Psychiatric Crises in the Emergency Room   Who we are: Curt Widhalm, LMFT Curt Widhalm is in private practice in the Los Angeles area. He is the cofounder of the Therapy Reimagined conference, an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University and CSUN, a former Subject Matter Expert for the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, former CFO of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and a loving husband and father. He is 1/2 great person, 1/2 provocateur, and 1/2 geek, in that order. He dabbles in the dark art of making "dad jokes" and usually has a half-empty cup of coffee somewhere nearby. Learn more at: www.curtwidhalm.com Katie Vernoy, LMFT Katie Vernoy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, coach, and consultant supporting leaders, visionaries, executives, and helping professionals to create sustainable careers. Katie, with Curt, has developed workshops and a conference, Therapy Reimagined, to support therapists navigating through the modern challenges of this profession. Katie is also a former President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. In her spare time, Katie is secretly siphoning off Curt's youthful energy, so that she can take over the world. Learn more at: www.katievernoy.com A Quick Note: Our opinions are our own. We are only speaking for ourselves – except when we speak for each other, or over each other. We're working on it. Our guests are also only speaking for themselves and have their own opinions. We aren't trying to take their voice, and no one speaks for us either. Mostly because they don't want to, but hey. Stay in Touch with Curt, Katie, and the whole Therapy Reimagined #TherapyMovement: Patreon Buy Me A Coffee Podcast Homepage Therapy Reimagined Homepage Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube   Consultation services with Curt Widhalm or Katie Vernoy: The Fifty-Minute Hour Connect with the Modern Therapist Community: Our Facebook Group – The Modern Therapists Group Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Creative Credits: Voice Over by DW McCann https://www.facebook.com/McCannDW/ Music by Crystal Grooms Mangano https://groomsymusic.com/

Dr. Caroline Leaf Podcast
Podcast 415: Debunking the Serotonin-Depression Theory (with Psychiatrist & Professor Dr. Joanna Moncrieff)

Dr. Caroline Leaf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 61:59 Very Popular


Download my new and improved brain detox app here: https://neurocycle.app SHOW DESCRIPTION: In this podcast I talk to psychiatrist, researcher, professor and best-selling author Dr. Joanna Moncrieff about her new study on the chemical imbalance myth, antidepressants as placebo, the causes of depression, how to withdraw from psychiatric drugs, and so much more. Read Dr. Moncrieff's article here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41380-022-01661-0 Sign up to Patreon to get access to the full video and audio recording add-free, exclusive downloads, live Q&As, and more: https://www.patreon.com/drcarolineleaf Read the blog and show notes here: https://drleaf.com/blogs/news/debunking-the-serotonin-depression-theory-with-psychiatrist-professor-dr-joanna-moncrieff OFFERS FROM OUR SPONSORS: -Athletic Greens: All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/leaf to take ownership over your health and pick up the ultimate daily nutritional insurance! -BetterHelp: Get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/drleaf. -ButcherBox: ButcherBox is offering our listeners an incredible deal that they've never offered before—Free Chicken for a Year. Get 2 lbs of free-range, organic chicken breasts for free in every order when you sign up at butcherbox.com/DRLEAF. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: 3:30 The new study on depression everyone is talking about 5:50 How antidepressants really work 10:00, 29:00 What the drug-centered approach to psychiatry is & why it is so important 12:00, 16:07 Antidepressants compared with placebo: what we see in the randomized controlled trials data 18:50 The chemical imbalance myth: why it is so worrying 20:00 Depression is not as simple as a brain disease 25:00 Why informed consent is a huge issue in psychiatry 27:45 Psychiatric drugs are not harmless, which is why it is so important we understand what they do & how they can affect us 36:50 Young adults & antidepressants 40:05, 52:00 Withdrawing from psychiatric drugs 56:00 Psychedelics & mental health ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: -Get my new book Cleaning up Your Mental Mess here: https://www.cleaningupyourmentalmess.com -Get a free Cleaning up Your Mental Mess workbook when you subscribe to my weekly email at drleaf.com! - Visit my website at https://drleaf.com for more free resources -Instagram: @drcarolineleaf: https://www.instagram.com/drcarolineleaf/- -Facebook: Dr. Caroline Leaf: https://www.facebook.com/drleaf -Twitter: @drcarolineleaf: https://twitter.com/DrCarolineLeaf -Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/drcarolineleaf *DISCLAIMER: This podcast and blog are for educational purposes only and are not intended as medical advice. We always encourage each person to make the decision that seems best for their situation with the guidance of a medical professional.