Here’s how our Neurological Institute is working to counter national trends of burnout and leadership inequity among women in medicine, with a focus on the role psychologists can play in such efforts.Read More
Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizure: Associated Factors and Treatment
Treatment is best centered on psychotherapy tailored to the predisposing, perpetuating and precipitating factors in each patient’s case.
Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizure: An Empathetic, Practical Approach to Diagnosis
PNES resembles epileptic seizure in signs and symptoms but is due to psychological distress. Delivering the diagnosis with empathy and respect is crucial to setting the stage for effective management.
A Model for Taking on the Increased Demand for Adolescent Psychiatric Services
How and why Cleveland Clinic is adopting a teams model focused on intervention and stabilization for kids who come to the emergency department or primary care providers in crisis.
Taking Aim at Pain: Class Offers Coping Strategies for Spine Surgery Recovery
Our Center for Spine Health has reported the first implementation of the Empowered Relief self-management intervention for pain following spine surgery. Results so far are promising.
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Discontinuing Antidepressants: Pearls and Pitfalls
Discontinuing or changing antidepressants, especially when done quickly, can cause an array of adverse effects that may last from days to months. This review shares risk factors and advice for prevention and management.
Language Matters for Optimal Care
How care providers communicate with and about patients makes a difference to their health. Inclusive communications requires caregivers to be intentional and empathetic.
Neuropsychiatric Management of the ICU Survivor
The long-term needs of ICU survivors have spurred the emergence of post-ICU recovery clinics and the evolving use of strategies ranging from cognitive rehab to medications to psychotherapy to ICU diaries.
Neuropsychiatric Assessment of the ICU Survivor
Post-ICU care now extends from the acute post-ICU survival period to include months and even years beyond discharge. This demands an ability to screen for and diagnose post-intensive care syndrome.
Initial Cognitive Manifestation of Dementia Predicts Later Behavioral Symptoms
The initial primary phenotype of Alzheimer’s or Lewy body dementia — amnestic, executive, language or visuospatial — correlates with later behavioral and psychological changes, a new study finds.
A Blueprint for Better Mental Healthcare in Parkinson Disease
Holistic wellness interventions can help combat mental healthcare inequalities and lack of social support faced by people with Parkinson disease, a team of experts suggests.