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Dementia Care at End of Life: Current Approaches
Improved and earlier advanced care planning for persons with dementia and their caregivers can help delineate goals of care and prepare for the inevitable complications of end-stage dementia, which ultimately improves dementia end-of-life care. Expand
Cultural Influences on the Presentation of Depression
Depression is predicted to become the second highest disease burden by 2020 as well as being a common mental health condition across the globe. Nevertheless, the presentation of depression variesExpand
#SwitchedOn: a call for assessing social media use of adolescents.
The Differential Impact of Social Media Use on Middle and High School Students: A Retrospective Study.
The present findings suggest that social media use in high school students is associated with greater psychiatric morbidity compared with middle school students, and is likely an important factor to consider in psychiatric evaluations. Expand
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy in a Case of Global Developmental Delay and Leukoencephalopathy
A treatment course of a 3-years-old girl with leukoencephalopathy, dysgenesis of the brainstem, and associated global developmental delay who was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy after PCIT completion is presented. Expand
Altered markers of stress in depressed adolescents after acute social media use.
Adolescents with depression appeared to have more physiological reactivity after SMU compared with healthy adolescents and further research should characterize SMU as a clinical dimension and risk factor among adolescents with depression and other psychiatric disorders. Expand
Urethral Polyembolokoilamania: An Unusual Manifestation of Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD)
Clinical considerations of managing urethral polyembolokoilamania in an elderly patient without a previous neurocognitive disorder diagnosis and a multidisciplinary team approach with input from Internal Medicine, Urology, Psychiatry, and Neurology are highlighted. Expand
Evidence Based Dyadic Therapies for 0- to 5-Year-Old Children With Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties
This commentary outlines indications of the four most commonly used evidence-based dyadic psychotherapies for young children: Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), used primarily for youngChildren with trauma, and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT), used mostly for children with behavioral issues. Expand
A Retrospective Evaluation of a Pilot Youth Community Assessment and Treatment Service.
It appears that YCATT, in collaboration with other community services, contributed to diverting psychiatric inpatient admissions, facilitated outpatient treatment, and enabled continuity of care for vulnerable youths. Expand