In this post I provide a list of important psychopharmacology facts that all clinicians and trainees should know!
A simplified and condensed review of the diagnostic criteria for some of the most common mental disorders.
In this post I review the diagnosis and management of catatonia and emphasize the importance of considering this diagnosis in patients who are awake but unresponsive.
A brief review of medications requiring blood level monitoring including therapeutic levels and frequency of monitoring.
A review of common drug interactions for medications used to treat mental disorders.
In this post we compare the diagnosis and management of the two most common eating disorders, Anorexia and Bulimia.
In this post we define psychosis and provide a basic review of schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders.
In this post we define trauma and provide an overview of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder including diagnosis, statistics, and treatment options.
A common story for those who struggle with symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) Therapy is a type of Exposure Read More …
In this post I highlight important concepts to consider when prescribing psychiatric medications in patients with infectious diseases.
In this post we review the basic principles of traumatic brain injury and important considerations for prescribing medications.
Learn about Sigmund Freud and the origins of psychodynamic psychotherapy.
One of the most difficult aspects of using psychiatric medication Read More …
In this post we provide a brief summary of the steps required to diagnose and manage depression and anxiety.