Daily Archives: April 20, 2012


The Science and History of Treating Depression – NYTimes.com

A long article by Siddhartha Mukherjee, author of “Emperor of All Malladies: A Biography of Cancer”  and well worth reading in its entirety. The following (from deep in the article) particularly stands out to me, especially in light of the … Continue reading


Childhood Maltreatment and Schizophrenia Risk: A Review of the Studies

One of the (two) main primary environmental risk factors that raise a genetically vulnerable teenager’s risk for developing schizophrenia (in addition to cannabis use) is the experience of childhood sexual or physical abuse.  A new meta-study looked at 27,000 previous … Continue reading


Join me for “Recovery is Real” Conference on Treating Early Psychosis, for parents and practitioners

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SAVE THE DATE • Be in San Francisco on June 8, 2012  for: Recovery is Real: An Innovative Approach to Treatment of Early Psychosis I’ll be one of the keynote speakers for this conference designed for family members, researchers, and … Continue reading