Mom Sues Psychiatric Prison, Alleges Son Isolated for 6300 Hours, Shackled to Bed

Mom sues psychiatric prison, alleges son isolated for 6300 hours, shackled to bed
The March 31 lawsuit, which was obtained by, alleges that staff have isolated her son in a locked seclusion room at the intensive-treatment unit for at least 6,300 hours from January 14, 2013 to March 12, 2014, and restrained him to objects …
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Attitudes Toward 'Talk Therapies' Increasingly Negative
Presented here at the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) Conference 2014, the study results likely reflect the increasing trend to treat depression more often with pharmacotherapy and less often with psychotherapy, Dr. Mackenzie told …
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Don't worry: Smartphone app reduces anxiety
Seeking ways of reducing barriers to treatment, Dennis and co-researcher Laura O'Toole developed a mobile application that incorporates theories of an emerging cognitive treatment for anxiety, called attention-bias modification training, or ABMT.
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Youth under the influence
This announcement was readily welcomed in many quarters as it represented an explicit government commitment to help educate BC's doctors on treating child and youth mental health problems such as anxiety, depression and ADHD. It was pretty …
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