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Psychiatry of Workplace Dysfunction

Posted by Josh Gibson on Tuesday, December 19, 2017,
After a long journey, I'm proud to announce the publication of Psychiatry of Workplace Dysfunction: Tools for Mental Health Professionals, Managers, and Employees by Oxford University Press. I had the privilege to edit the work of some of the giants of occupational psychiatry (David Morrison, M.D., Barrie Greiff, M.D., Duane Hagen, M.D. and Jerrold Post, M.D., among others) while active on the Committee on Work and Organizations at the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry. The collective w...
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Introduction

Posted by Josh Gibson, M.D. on Tuesday, December 5, 2017,

What makes treatment work? How much is about who the provider is and how much is about what the provider does? Research into psychotherapy, much of it from the University of Pennsylvania, suggests that much more than you’d expect beneficial change comes from the therapeutic relationship more than the method of treatment.


In medical school, doctors learn about the power of placebo. Research has yet to fully elucidate the exact mechanism of the placebo effect, though core cognitive p...


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