Return to Asylums? NEVER!
Renée Binder, M.D. | Psychiatric News
While many psychiatric patients require long-term care, a return to asylums is not the solution. We must develop programs that integrate the mentally ill into communities.
10 Years After Hurrican Katrina: Depression, Anxiety and Schizophrenia
Sarah Newman | PsychCentral
The storm itself has long since passed, but the impact on community mental health lingers as New Orleans continues to put itself back together.
Mass killings could revive bill on mental health reform
Paige Winfield Cunningham | Washington Examiner
Can tragedy finally push Congress to act on mental health legislation? A frustrated Representative Murphy remains undaunted in searching for effective solutions.
Love, Hate and Suicide
G. Collerone | The New York Times
How should mental health professionals handle a suicidal patient? Perhaps the answer to that question should sometimes be left to the patient, himself
Many Say Mental Health Care is Vital, but Often Tough to Get
Robert Preidt | HealthDay News
Survey shows Americans have a pretty realistic view of the availability of mental health care and know what impact a lack of treatment can have.