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"The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences provides a wide range of services. The inpatient units provide short-term acute care for most child, adolescent and adult psychiatric disorders. Some inpatient units specialize in the care of eating disorders, motivated behavior disorders, affective disorders, geriatric and neuropsychiatry, and pain management. Electroconvulsive therapy is also available. As an alternative to inpatient care, our general and specialty psychiatric day hospitals provide short-term acute care for most psychiatric disorders."

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Home page of the bimonthly journal with a focus on practical and administrative issues in mental health - available online.

"An educational and professional journal dedicated to the interdisciplinary approach within psychology and related fields - building upon the assumption of a unified science. JMB is interested in: the psychology, philosophy, and sociology of experimentation and the scientific method; the relationship between methodology, operationism, and theory construction; the mind/body problem in the social sciences, psychiatry and the medical sciences, and the physical sciences; philosophical impact of a mind/body epistemology upon psychology and its theories of consciousness; phenomenological, teleological, existential, and introspective reports relevant to psychology, psychosical methodology, and social philosophy; and historical perspecives on the course and nature of psychological science."

The Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience is an electronic version of the print journal by the same title. The Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience publishes original research articles and review papers in clinical psychiatry (adult and child) and neuroscience related to major psychiatric disorders, particularly schizophrenia, affective disorders and neurodegenerative diseases. It provides a forum for original basic and clinical science research, and presents an integrated perspective on current and emerging issues in clinical and biological psychiatry. Each issue also includes Editorials, Book Reviews and Letters to the Editor. The Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience is the official journal of the Canadian College of Neuropsychopharmacology and is published five times per year by the Canadian Psychiatric Association.

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"The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences provides a wide range of services. The inpatient units provide short-term acute care for most child, adolescent and adult psychiatric disorders. Some inpatient units specialize in the care of eating disorders, motivated behavior disorders, affective disorders, geriatric and neuropsychiatry, and pain management. Electroconvulsive therapy is also available. As an alternative to inpatient care, our general and specialty psychiatric day hospitals provide short-term acute care for most psychiatric disorders."

Monthly updated full reprints of past articles along with information about subscriptions and cognitive rehabilitation software.

A hypermedia publication: articles are accompanied by color photographs and diagrams, movies, and hyperlinks to other CMC-related resources. Readers may perform keyword searches and make annotations to the articles online. For further information, contact the Editors at jcmc@usc.edu.

You can search all five issues of JCMC with the Verity search engine. Enter words or phrases, separated by commas. (Try using these search hints).

We encourage you to comment on these papers.

A Journal from The British Computer Society.

Home page of the bimonthly journal with a focus on practical and administrative issues in mental health - available online.

"An educational and professional journal dedicated to the interdisciplinary approach within psychology and related fields - building upon the assumption of a unified science. JMB is interested in: the psychology, philosophy, and sociology of experimentation and the scientific method; the relationship between methodology, operationism, and theory construction; the mind/body problem in the social sciences, psychiatry and the medical sciences, and the physical sciences; philosophical impact of a mind/body epistemology upon psychology and its theories of consciousness; phenomenological, teleological, existential, and introspective reports relevant to psychology, psychosical methodology, and social philosophy; and historical perspecives on the course and nature of psychological science."

The Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience is an electronic version of the print journal by the same title. The Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience publishes original research articles and review papers in clinical psychiatry (adult and child) and neuroscience related to major psychiatric disorders, particularly schizophrenia, affective disorders and neurodegenerative diseases. It provides a forum for original basic and clinical science research, and presents an integrated perspective on current and emerging issues in clinical and biological psychiatry. Each issue also includes Editorials, Book Reviews and Letters to the Editor. The Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience is the official journal of the Canadian College of Neuropsychopharmacology and is published five times per year by the Canadian Psychiatric Association.

"The JoyFire Healing Pages is a focused collection of "new edge" resources for those spirits who have undertaken (consciously or unconsciously) the task of healing the Godess/God They Are, including their Form, Emotions, and Heart. It's for those who have a sense of Lost Essence, Lost Power, and or Lost Heart. It's time to call Home the many lost parts of Self to regain full God/Goddess Consciousness within the physical Form."

 

Online Dictionary of Mental Health

human-nature.com Ian Pitchford


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