CDP's Dr. Augusto Ruiz talks with Dr. Marvin Podd, Navy Internship Training Director at Walter Reed National Medical Center, about what makes a good military psychology intern and some of the challenges they face in that role.
Blog posts with the tag "Staff Voices"
Most discussions regarding limits to confidentiality tend to lead to further questioning and investigation for answers to an ethical practice.
Dr. Debra Nofziger reviews the documentary "Soldiers of Conscience." which examines the inherent contradiction of soldiers who become conscientious objectors. It's a difficult and thought-provoking subject, so take a few minutes to read her review of the film in the Staff Voices section of the CDP Blog.
CDP's own Dr. Michelle Cornette providers readers with an overview and summary of a recent piece she co-authored on the topic of social cognition and its relation to suicide risk. Check it out on the CDP's blog here!
After nearly 25 years, the DSM-V has finally been released! The diagnoses of PTSD and ASD have been significantly revised based upon recent research. Most notably, PTSD and ASD have been moved from anxiety disorders to new category “Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders.” In addition, in DSM-IV and DSM IV-TR, PTSD and ASD were distinct. ASD was not a diluted version of PTSD, but an early response characterized primarily by an emphasis on dissociative qualities.