A new article discusses the lack of research dedicated to discontinuing psychiatric drugs and reviews existing strategies.
Why do ineffective classification and intervention processes linger in school psychology, and what’s the alternative?
In this week’s NY Times Modern Love blog Hannah Louise Poston tells the story of living with her severely depressed boyfriend, Joe, and how her decision to buy a kitten improved their relationship. “The next morning when we woke up, the first words out of Joe’s mouth were, ‘Where’s the kitten?’ And the kitten’s first act, when she heard his voice, was to ice-pick her way up the quilt and jump on his face. That same summer, Joe mustered the energy to make major changes in his life…”