Dr. Katzelnick, some of your research with the PHQ-9 was recently profiled in Clinical Psychiatry News (August 2008, page 26). This has sparked quite a bit of interest among our subscribers. Can you describe this
Whether you see your patients quarterly, monthly, or even weekly, you certainly are not with them as much as their cell phones are. Theoretically (at least, for some types of therapy), we could enhance treatment
Like most psychiatrists, you are likely a bit wary of sharing your therapy notes with your patients. Will they be offended by reading painfully honest descriptions of their issues? Will they be confused by your
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