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Psychiatry news and analysis from The Nation
September 8, 2022
Therapists in California and Hawaii Are Striking for Mental Health Care
The strike is the latest example of social justice unionism in the era of corporate health care.
June 14, 2022
The Long, Tangled History of Teletherapy
Hannah Zeavin’s history of remote and distance psychotherapy asks us whether the medium matters than the message.
May 31, 2022
Letters From the June 13/20, 2022, Issue
US imperialism and anti-Asian violence… Abortion activism… Involuntary psychiatry…
March 23, 2022
Breaking Off My Chemical Romance
We deserve a fuller picture of both the benefits and dangers of antidepressants.
March 22, 2022
The Secret Black History of LSD
Research on psychedelics, then and now, has been riddled with medical racism and exclusion. But that hasn’t stopped Black people from finding creativity and solace through such drugs.
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March 21, 2022
The Brave New World of Legalized Psychedelics Is Already Here
And so are the profiteers. Get ready for Psychedelics Inc.
January 25, 2021
The Problem With Mental Health Awareness
Billboards and hashtags won’t fix America’s mental health crises.
October 10, 2018
Finding Sanctuary in Norway
Dr. Jone Schanche Olsen is helping refugees with PTSD, depression, and anxiety conquer their fears amid growing xenophobia in northern Europe.
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February 21, 2018
We Need to Address the Mental-Health-Care Imbalance for Students of Color
Campus mental-health care is already inaccessible and often not attuned to students’ needs—add to that systemic oppression, and feeling better seems impossible.
February 3, 2017
Donald Trump’s Power Is Scary, Not His Mental Health
Psychiatrists are speaking out to warn of the dangers of Trump’s instability, but politicizing mental health is a mistake.