Neuroscience provides the foundation for understanding the biological etiology and pathophysiology of psychiatric disorders. In this section, health care professionals that support wellness strategies and treat individuals with mental illnesses will find resources that explore the neurobiological and genetic principles associated with disease states and treatment approaches.
ArticleJuly 25, 2022Children diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and taking the stimulant methylphenidate as treatment were at increased risk of developing major…
On-Demand WebinarMarch 23, 2022Sleep disturbance is a predominant symptom associated with depression, impacting ~75% of those diagnosed with depression. Insomnia, hypersomnia, and obstructive…
InterviewMarch 31, 2022Finding time to move your body can be a challenge. Developing and having a physically healthy routine, such as exercising…
PodcastJune 23, 2022
Disaster Psychiatry During Times Of Uncertainty: Perspectives From Drs. Joseph Goldberg & Richard WeislerInterviewJune 22, 2022
Downloadable ResourceJune 20, 2022
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