Vol 2 #10 Alan Eppel The introduction of a category for “Depression with Mixed Features” in DSM 5 has opened a Pandora’s box of confusion. This new category threatens to undermine Leonard’s original division of manic-..
Vol. 3 #3 Standard measures for the assessment of the severity of depression may not be valid in tracking psychotic depression. A group of researchers from Denmark and Belgium led by Dr. Søren D. Østergaard have created a rating scale speci..
Vol 3 #4 Alan Eppel MB, FRCPC “The diagnosis of generalised anxiety disorder is a distraction of no value. It is highly unreliable, co-occuring with many other disorders of firmer diagnostic status……..classification would be ..
Vol 3 #5 By Hilary Jacobs Hendel (Originally published in the New York Times on March 10, 2015. Published in this Journal with the author’s permission). How can it be that a seemingly depressed person, one who shows clinical symptoms, do..
Vol 3 #5 It’s Not Always Depression– Working The Change Triangle To Listen To The Body, Discover Core Emotions, And Connect To Your Authentic Self Hilary Jacobs Hendel BA, MSW, DDS, LCSW Spiegel & Grau New York. Pages 298. ..
Vol 6 # 1 Alan Eppel Many SSRIs and SNRIs are considered effective as first line choices for the treatment of Major Depression. However the short term nature of randomized controlled trials does not allow the identification of th..
Vol 6 #4 Katherine Ramsden MD, Stephanie Waechter PhD, Alan Eppel MB, FRCPC Abstract Background A quality improvement exercise was undertaken to determine whether the DASS 21 or PHQ 9 would be most useful in monitoring depression levels in pat..
Predicting Optimal Outcomes in Cognitive Therapy or Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Individuals Using the Personalized Advantage Index Approach
JPR Vol 7 #1 Predicting Optimal Outcomes in Cognitive Therapy or Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Individuals Using the Personalized Advantage Index Approach Affiliations Department of Clinical Psychology, VU University Amsterdam, Ams..