References for "Recognizing and managing ADHD in adults"

Antai-Otong D. "The Art of Prescribing Pharmacological Management of Adult ADHD: Implications for Psychiatric Care," Perspectives on Psychiatric Care (July 2008): Vol. 44, No. 3, pp. 196–201. Barkley RA. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Adults: The Latest Assessment and Treatment Strategies (Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2010). Children and Adults with ADHD. "What We Know: Managing Medication for Adults with ADHD," Fact Sheet No. 10 (March 2008). (Locked) More »

References for "Supporting survivors of suicide loss"

American Association of Suicidology. "Clinicians as Survivors of Suicide: Basic Information," 2008. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. "Facts and Figures: National Statistics," 2009. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. "Risk Factors for Suicide," 2009. (Locked) More »

References for "Treating somatoform disorders"

Abbass A, et al. "Short-Term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Somatic Disorders: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Clinical Trials," Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics (July 11, 2009): Vol. 78, No. 5, pp. 265–74. Kroenke K. "Efficacy of Treatment for Somatoform Disorders: A Review of Randomized Controlled Trials," Psychosomatic Medicine (Dec. 2007): Vol. 69, No. 9, pp. 881–88. Sumathipala A. "What is the Evidence for the Efficacy of Treatments for Somatoform Disorders? A Critical Review of Previous Intervention Studies," Psychosomatic Medicine (Dec. 2007): Vol. 69, No. 9, pp. 889–900. (Locked) More »

Recognizing and managing ADHD in adults

While children with ADHD typically have difficulty staying focused and sitting still, adults with the disorder are more likely to struggle with attention and memory. As with children, medication and psychotherapy is the best treatment option for adults. (Locked) More »

Supporting survivors of suicide loss

  Survivors of a suicide include the person's family members, friends, coworkers, and in many cases mental health clinicians. Survivors may struggle with grief and guilt for much longer than those mourning other types of death.   More »

Treating somatoform disorders

Somatoform disorders are generally defined as symptoms of pain or fatigue with no apparent physical cause. Studies have shown cognitive behavioral therapy to be the most effective treatment for these disorders. (Locked) More »

Editor's note

There was an error in the October 2009 article about premenstrual dysphoric disorder. (Locked) More »