This article provides the definition and examples of transference and countertransference between a provider and patient. It explains the process of transference and what it looks like in a client or a provider and how to mitigate transference to provide capable treatment for each patient.
This guide examines emerging and best practices for initiating medication-assisted treatment in emergency departments.
The American Academy of Pediatrics encourages the use of inclusive, anti-biased language in all of its publications and communications in order to mitigate and combat bias, avoid stereotypes, remove stigma, and promote justice and strengths. This document is intended to provide guidance for authors, editors, presenters, media spokespersons, and other content contributors on using inclusive, anti-biased language.
Building Bridges is a national initiative working to identify and promote practice and policy
that will create strong and carefully coordinated partnerships and collaborations between
families, youth, community- and residentially-based intervention and service providers,
advocates and policymakers to ensure that comprehensive mental health services and
supports are available to improve the lives of young people and their families.
This article, published by the Lancet, describes the phenomenon of racism as a public health crisis and its implications for the health community.