In a Comparison of Two Kinds of Cognitive Training, One Appeared to Help Schizophrenia Patients More
A study just published in the American Journal of Psychiatry compares the two dominant approaches for treating cognitive deficits in people with schizophrenia, symptoms of the illness not addressed… Read More
A Return To Life: One Patient’s Recovery After Receiving Deep Brain Stimulation For Depression
For so long, Kathryn lived in a world of gray. Then, on a gloomy October morning in 2007, as she walked out into a mall parking lot, she was struck by the fiery reds and yellows of the autumn leaves… Read More
Relief from Decades of Treatment-Resistant Depression Comes with Metabolite Replacement Therapy Trial
Bruce had tried everything. And yet, for three decades, he could not find any relief from his debilitating depression and suicidal thoughts. Twenty medications. Electroconvulsive therapy. Countless… Read More
Social Impairment Levels Remain Stable in Patients with Psychotic Disorders
Many patients with psychotic disorders, including schizophrenia and some cases of major depression and bipolar disorder, experience difficulty establishing relationships and participating in social… Read More