ARIZONA

 

Banner tests experimental drug to halt Alzheimer's

Arizona Republic

 

Mental health treatment has come a long way

Arizona Silver Belt

 

Southwest Behavioral pleas to community for homeless donations

Ahwatukee Foothills News

 

ADVOCACY/AWARENESS

 

Kelly Thomas death: Reforms needed in Fullerton, task force says

Los Angeles Times

 

Actor proud of role in show exploring mental illness

Houston Chronicle

 

For a Nation of Whiners, Therapists Try Tough Love

Wall Street Journal

 

"That's Just Crazy Talk": Stage Play Tackles Bipolar Stigma

Clinical Psychiatry News

 

DSM 5 Could Mean 40% of College Students Are Alcoholics

TIME

 

Book Review: The Guardians -- An Elegy

Huffington Post

 

Politics in the Diagnosis of Addiction

Huffington Post

 

MILTARY/VETERANS

 

Military's mental disorder hospitalizations up 19%

Ithaca Journal

 

Former Foes, Now Allied

TIME

 

Soldiers fail to seek PTSD treatment or drop out of therapy early, research finds

Stars & Stripes

 

Meditation brings peace to war veterans

Minneapolis Star Tribune

 

YOUTH

 

Children's Mental Health At Risk From Chronic Financial Instability

Huffington Post

 

Feds Offer Guidelines on Discouraging Restraints, Seclusion

Education Week

 

POLICY/FUNDING

 

Settlement over NC mental health could cost state millions

WRAL (Raleigh, NC)

 

HOMELESSNESS

 

Telling the Truth About Homelessness

Huffington Post

 

Pittsburgh: A Model for Addressing Child Homelessness

Huffington Post

 

SCIENCE/RESEARCH

 

Does A Better Memory Equal Greater PTSD Risk?

TIME

 

UNCG Conducting Major ADHD Study Of College Students

WFMY (Greensboro, NC)

 

Reducing off-label use of antipsychotic medications may save money

Penn State University

 

Do Psychedelics Expand the Mind by Reducing Brain Activity?

Scientific American

 

Not-So-Quick Fix: ADHD Behavioral Therapy May Be More Effective Than Drugs in Long Run

Scientific American

 

Schizophrenia With Panic Disorder May Be a Distinct Subtype

Clinical Psychiatry News

 

Computer Training Leads to Lasting Improvements in Schizophrenia

Clinical Psychiatry News

 

Testing Aims to Retrain Attention Patterns in PTSD

Clinical Psychiatry News (Video)

 

When Mr. Wrong Looks Like Mr. Right

PsychCentral

 

Downside to Court-Ordered Child Support

PsychCentral

 

Walk in the Park Can Benefit Those with Depression

PsychCentral

 

A Walk in the Park Gives Mental Boost to People With Depression

Science Daily

 

Mystery Gene Reveals New Mechanism for Anxiety Disorders

Science Daily

 

Key Genes and Prototype Predictive Test for Schizophrenia Identified

Science Daily

 

After Abuse Investigation, Kids Often Remain at Risk

Medscape

 

Will Gene–environment Interactions Explain Differential Antidepressant Response?

Medscape

 

DCC gene variant linked to schizophrenia

MedWire News

 

Research supports continuum of depressive clinical syndromes

MedWire News

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