How Concerned Should Psychotherapists Be?
By Tori Rodriguez - The more marijuana legalization reaches mainstream acceptance, the more the divisions of opinion within the mental health field—presumably the professionals who have the most scientifically informed perspective on the debate—become apparent.
Therapy Grapples with the Drug's Pros and Cons
More than 20 states have enacted laws to allow the sale of marijuana for medicinal purposes, and others have moved to reduce criminal penalties for possession of small amounts. But the more marijuana legalization reaches mainstream acceptance, the more the divisions of opinion within the mental health field---presumably the professionals who have the most scientifically informed perspective on the debate---become apparent.
The Pot Shoppe on Main Street
The mental health professions are now being forced to address the debate over marijuana legalization.
A Look at the Effectiveness of Computerized Brain Games
The solution to cognitive impairment or decline may lie with a concept that’s garnered increased attention—and skepticism—in recent years: computerized brain games.
Changes You Can Expect
Now that the worst computer issues have begun to be addressed, more attention has turned to anticipating the Affordable Care Act's actual impact on the delivery of healthcare, including the mental health services, which comprise one of the 10 essential health benefits payers must cover under the act.