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The Daily Show with Trevor Noah interviews James Kimmel, Jr. about grievance and revenge addiction in America
Comedian Ronny Chieng interviews James Kimmel, Jr. about grievance and revenge addiction in America
- June 08, 2021
Miraj Desai, PhD, Instructor in Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine, was selected by the American Psychological Association Minority Fellowship Program to be its featured fellow in late May.
- June 03, 2021
The Imani Breakthrough Project: A Collaborative Culturally-Centered and Community-Driven Faith-Based Opioid Recovery Initiative:Source: Social Work in Mental Health
Chyrell Bellamy, PhD, MSW, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, is first author of a paper in Social Work in Mental Health that describes the Imani Breakthrough Recovery Program, a faith-based recovery initiative that takes place in churches and assists people recovering from opioid use/abuse and other drug or alcohol problems.
- April 24, 2021
Delphin-Rittmon Nominated to Serve as Assistant Secretary for Mental Health and Substance Use in Biden Administration
Miriam Delphin-Rittmon, PhD, Associate Professor Adjunct of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine and Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS), has been nominated by President Joe Biden to serve as Assistant Secretary for Mental Health and Substance Use with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
- April 05, 2021
it was clear to people who spoke and those who listened, some with quivering voices and tears in their eyes, that the fear the recent shooting spree in Atlanta generated is not a new feeling for Asian Americans.
- March 24, 2021
Surviving Violent, Traumatic Loss After Severe Political Persecution: Lessons From the Evaluation of a Venezuelan Asylum SeekerSource: BMJ Journals
Michelle Silva, PsyD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, is co-author of a case study in BMJ Journals that highlights the human rights violations occurring in Venezuela through the case of a Venezuelan woman who experienced political persecution and traumatic loss resulting from her opposition to the ruling socialist party.
- March 22, 2021Source: Medscape
Older patients recently diagnosed with dementia are at a significantly increased risk for suicide compared to their peers without dementia. Investigators found that individuals who were diagnosed with dementia had a 54% increased risk for suicide within the first year after diagnosis. The risk was particularly high among those aged 74 years and younger. Timothy Schmutte, PsyD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, was the study investigator.
- March 15, 2021
John Strauss, MD, Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, will read from his new book "To Understand a Person: An Autobiography (of sorts)" at a virtual meeting of the Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health on March 25, 2021.
- March 10, 2021Source: Apple Podcast - MartinJon Garcia
Revenge is one of those things that, once we are under the influence of it, we can find it hard to separate from. We all have grievances, but once we allow ourselves to feel like we are being victimized things can quickly get out of hand. In this Recover Yourself Podcast, host MartinJon Garcia talks with James Kimmel Jr., a lead developer of the Nonjustice System, about grievance, revenge, and forgiveness, how they relate to addiction, and how we can further our ability to forgive so as not to live under their influences.
- February 25, 2021Source: Medium
How the science of addiction can be used to understand grievances, retaliation and violent crime.