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  • A diagnosis of mental illness may vary according to the patient's ethnicity and race
    Socially disadvantaged people more likely to be diagnosed with mental illness
    Therapists are twice as like misdiagnose socially disadvantaged people as having a mental illness when compared to advantaged groups, says research by Sage Publications. The paper was published on March 16, 2015, online in Social Psychological and...
  • Mental health workers may experience burnout but do not recognize the signs
    Mental health workers may experience burnout but do not recognize the signs
    Some mental health workers fail to recognize the signs that they are burnt out. When they do realize the symptoms, they find it difficult to admit their state to others, says a new study. The research was presented on Jan. 9, 2015, at the annual...
  • Hector and the Search for Happiness
    'Hector and the Search for Happiness' Review
    The title of Simon Pegg’s (Shaun of the Dead, Star Trek) new British film ‘Hector and the Search for Happiness’ is a misnomer. It’s actually not the pursuit of happiness that is important but the happiness found in pursuit....
  • "Betrayal Of Trust" movie
    'Betrayal Of Trust' true story of Jules Masserman and Barbara Noel
    "Betrayal Of Trust" is a 1994 true-story movie based on the case of Barbara Noel and psychiatrist Jules Masserman. "Betrayal Of Trust" first aired on NBC as a movie based on a true story. It is based on a book entitled "...
  • Movie based on Shirley Mason aka Sybil
    'Sybil' movie based on true story of Shirley Mason
    "Sybil" is a movie based on the true story of Shirley Mason and her psychiatrist Dr. Wilbur. The 1976 movie, based on the book by Flora Rheta Schreiber, debuted on television as a made for tv movie of the week starring Sally Field. The...
  • James Holmes, Colorado Massacre Suspect
    Colorado shooting suspect called hospital for help before theater shooting
    James Holmes, alleged gunman in the Colorado shooting on July 20, called University Hospital nine minutes before his shooting rampage trying to reach his psychiatrist, per his defense attorney.A call came in to the hospital and was answered by a...
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    Children's program in Portland, Oregon
    Mental health and educational services specifically geared toward children are found in most areas in the United States and Portland is no exception. Located on SW Capitol Highway in Portland, Children’s Program is dedicated to helping...
  • Take Antidepressant Medications Safely: Part 2
    Take Antidepressant Medications Safely: Part 2
    According to new survey data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in 10 Americans older than 12 are now taking antidepressants. This is a fourfold increase in the prevalence of antidepressant use since the late 1980s.There are...
  • Psychiatrist
    Nevada's loss, Iowa's gain
    Nevada’s loss is Iowa’s gainSpecialized Alternatives for Youth (SAFY) of Nevada has recently lost the services and support of a wonderful psychiatrist who had been servicing the extensive psychiatric needs of traumatized children...
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    Psychatropic Medication
    There are some basic things you need to know when starting, changing or stopping psychotropic medication. First, all psychotropic medications affect each person differently; therefore there will be trial an error with the dosage and sometimes the...
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