About Ronald Pies, MD
Dr. Pies is Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry and Lecturer on Bioethics and Humanities, SUNY Upstate Medical University; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Tufts University School of Medicine; and Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of Psychiatric Times (2007-2010).
Articles by Ronald Pies, MD:
Care of the Soul in the Time of COVID-19
Mass Shooters and the Psychopathology Spectrum
Can We Salvage the Biopsychosocial Model?
Have We Entered the Age of the Immoronic?
The Misplaced Media Focus on Jeffrey Epstein’s Death
The Martial Personality and the Decline of Communal Values
Debunking the Two `Chemical Imbalance’ Myths, Again
Priests, Providers, and Protectors: The Three Faces of the Physician
Are We `Hardwired ‘ for Hatred?
Life With Dignity: A Tribute to Hilary Lister
The Maraschino Cherry Syndrome
Should Americans Be Happier Than They Are?
Confusing Psychosis with Imagination
After Las Vegas, The Danger of Copy-Cat Killers
The Astonishing Non-Epidemic Continues
Hearing Voices and Psychiatry’s (Real) Medical Model
Assisting Suicide is Not Assisting Nature
Deborah Danner and the Suffering of Schizophrenia
The Astonishing Non-Epidemic of Mental Illness: An Update on Data in U.S. Adults, 2000-2015
Physician-Assisted Suicide and the Rise of the Consumer Movement
Should Physician-Assisted Suicide for Teens with Chronic Mental Illness Be Allowed?
Science, Scientism and Psychiatry
How Antipsychotic Medication May Save Lives
Long-term Antipsychotic Treatment: Effective and Often Necessary, with Caveats
Depression: A Five-Minute Seminar for Patients
Campus Protests, Narcissism and the Dearth of Civility
Psychiatry’s Solid Center
Serotonin: How Psychiatry Got Over its `High School Crush’
Dylann Roof, Psychotherapy and the Flight into Forgiveness
The Non-Existent “Epidemic” of Mental Illness in the U.S.
Psychiatry is Alive and… Well, It’s Complicated
The War on Psychiatric Diagnosis
When My Psychotic Patient Asked Me for a Date
Trivializing the Suffering of Psychosis: How the British Psychological Society’s Report Fails Our Sickest Patients
Medicine’s M-Bomb: Malingering