Marc Lamparello intended to "burn down St. Patrick’s Cathedral," according to a state prosecutor.
“I prance down the runway like a queen, my body dripping with jewels. Like a lioness, I sway from side to side, moving to
HR 2646 is a bipartisan bill, first proposed by Congressman Tim Murphy (R) and Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson (D). Murphy is a clinical psychologist and Johnson is a psychiatric nurse. HR 2646 is designed to help "families of the 4 percent," a title given by Congress denoting families suffering from severe mental illness that often includes psychosis.
The key is to fix that faucet before the psychosis floods the brain with too much water or too many neurotransmitters, before
He has been called the voice of a generation, but it may be more accurate to dub Bob Dylan, who turns 75 on May 24, as a voice, if not the voice, of the generations.
The traumatic refugee experience can cause high rates of schizophrenia, among other mental health disorders like depression and PTSD.
Psychiatry used to be a biopsychosocial profession that allowed time to get to know the person, not just treat the symptom. But drastic cuts in the funding of mental health services have dramatically reduced the quality of the service they can provide.
A new study has found a link to rare acute psychotic responses.
The drug can cause a temporary psychosis-like state, but can also lead to improved well-being.
This is the latest, and perhaps last, of several debates with Bob Whitaker on the role of antipsychotics in treating psychotic symptoms.
Far too many people who need drugs don't take them -- either because treatment is unavailable or because they don't realize or accept the fact that they need it. So we are trapped in the cruel, dumb, and sometimes tragic paradox that the wrong people often take meds, while the right ones don't.
In 2013, the general public finally began hearing some truths--hopeful truths--about people who experience extreme emotional