The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast


Latest Episodes

I Feel Better Naked [60 Sec Psych]
July 11, 2020

Whether gardening outdoors or hiking in the woods, getting back to nature is generally good for mental health. But what about just getting naked?

A New Cause of Depression: Light at Night [60 Sec Psych]
July 08, 2020

Evening light is associated with so many health risks ─ cancer, diabetes, heart disease ─ that the AMA has a position statement on it.

The Mindful Breather: A Patient Guide
July 06, 2020

A podcast you can share with your patients with Dr. Greg Sazima

Melatonin Makes its Debut in Bipolar Disorder [60 Sec Psych]
July 06, 2020

It’s tempting to think that melatonin will help in bipolar disorder.

The Microbiome in Mood Disorders
July 05, 2020

93 clinical trials look at what happens to depression when you improve the diversity of the gut microbiome. The last in our daily dispatches from the International Society for Bipolar Disorders 2020 conference.

Word of the day: Ultradian cycling
July 04, 2020

Every disorder has its obscure terminology, and the word of the day from the International Bipolar conference is: Ultradian cycling.

Unexpected Results on Lithium and the Kidneys
July 03, 2020

This week we’re podcasting from the International Society for Bipolar Disorders 2020 conference, where we’ve been scouring the virtual halls for all that is practical and newsworthy.

Can therapy work on its own in bipolar II?
July 02, 2020

This week we’re podcasting from the International Society for Bipolar Disorders 2020 conference, where we’ve been scouring the virtual halls for all that is practical and newsworthy.

Celebrex for Bipolar Depression
July 01, 2020

This week we’re podcasting from the International Society for Bipolar Disorders 2020 conference, where we’ve been scouring the virtual halls for all that is practical and newsworthy.

A Diet for Bipolar Disorder
June 30, 2020

The first clinical trial of a modified diet for bipolar disorder in this daily dispatch from the International Society for Bipolar Disorders 2020 conference.