Category Archives: Depression

Serotonin: How Psychiatry Got Over Its “High School Crush”

  Serotonin: How Psychiatry Got Over Its “High School Crush” September 15, 2015 | Couch in Crisis By Ronald W. Pies, MD ©aleisha/shutterstock.com We’ve had 6 or 7 decades with this paradigm, what I call the “high school crush” on … Continue reading

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Laughing gas found helpful as treatment for severe depression

December 10, 2014 by Donna Crepeau Laughing gas found helpful as treatment for severe depression Patients that suffer from severe depression and would not respond to normal therapies have been found responding to nitrous oxide or laughing gas treatment. A … Continue reading

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A patient’s experience with rTMS…

To the readers, As many of you know I have through the years primarily devoted my efforts toward educating and sharing my knowledge and experiences as it relates to one particular therapy option; VNS Therapy for Depression. While I continue … Continue reading

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How to Tell If Your Health Insurance Covers Mental Health Treatment

How to Tell If Your Health Insurance Covers Mental Health Treatment   Pending approval Elizabeth Renter   8/21/14 2:00pm 41 minutes ago   Expand For some, the stigma associated with mental illness keeps them from seeking help, but others may … Continue reading

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Families turn grief to suicide prevention efforts

Families turn grief to suicide prevention efforts Those who have lost loved ones, experts, urge awareness of depression over holidays Dec. 18, 2013   |  Mary Reeves, left, with her daughter Anna Steele, found help through the support group Survivors of … Continue reading

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The New Science of Mind

   

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A Potential Biomarker for Depression

Huffington Post Reports on NARSAD Grant-Funded Research: A Potential Biomarker for Depression November 15, 2013 Georgia Hodes, Ph.D. New research findings from a study conducted at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City could provide … Continue reading

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