Academic Library

The academic library is a learning resource for anyone interesting in learning about relevant topics in mental health.  Topics will vary to include all aspects of mental health diagnoses, treatments, genetics, pharmacology,  psychotherapy, research, and related topics such as lifestyle issues and wellness.  Please feel free to browse through the topics and even make suggestions for future topics.

 

 

Articles Regarding Addiction


Defining Substance Use Problems and Disorders
How we define substance use problems and disorders is critical to understanding etiology and prognosis as well as tailoring treatment.
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What is Suboxone ?
SUBOXONE ® is a relatively new medication treatment for individuals struggling with opioid abuse, dependency, and addiction.
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New statistical analysis of several studies demonstrates efficacy for AA
A study employing new statistical measures that controls for self-selection bias shows benefits of Alcoholics Anonymous programs
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Does Therapy Work with Buprenorphine Treatment
Do behavioral interventions help those patients on buprenorphine maintenance treatment? 
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Oral Naltrexone vs Extended-Release Injectable Suspension: Is there a difference?
How effective a medication is can be dependent on its mode of delivery
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Marijuana is legal because it's safe, right?
Science often lags policy, but the trend is no longer hazy.
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Articles Regarding Mood Disorders


Lithium or Divalproex (Depakote) for Bipolar Disorder?
A head-to-head study comparing lithium and depakote for bipolar disorder
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TelePsychiatry Associates, LLC practitioners are skilled in the practice of treating a wide variety of different conditions in a compassionate manner including: depression, bipolar affective disorder, substance dependency, opiate dependency including Suboxone treatment, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, trauma related to sexual or physical abuse, and weight loss management, among others.

The types of treatments provided will depend upon your practitioner and the problems needing attention. The first one to two sessions will involve critical listening in order to obtain a comprehensive understanding of the issues at hand. Treatments that follow could include the discriminating use of medication, empathic psychotherapy, or some combination of both. If appropriate, additional therapeutic treatments may be employed including other psychotherapists, group therapies, structured activities, assigned readings, etc.

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