ACTSI Investigator Dr. Charles Raison in the News
Charles Raison, MD, ACTSI investigator and Emory associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences
ABC News | Re-wiring your brain for happiness: Research shows how meditation can physically change the brain
Nightline | Sign of the times: Meditate to find happiness
July 28, 2011
CNN | Is it OK to be on antidepressants for years?
July 26, 2011
CNN | Can physical injury cause depression?
July 5, 2011
CNN | Can depression cause inability to focus?
June 21, 2011
CNN | Can I ask my therapist personal questions?
June 14, 2011
Fox 5 News | Staying connected may affect family, loved ones
June 8, 2011
ABC News.com | Marriage benefits for working moms
June 8, 2011
CNN | My son hears suicidal voices, what can I do?
June 7, 2011
ABC News | Jared Loughner: Alleged Tuscon killer ruled mentally unfit to stand trial in shootings of Gabrielle Goffords and 18 others
May 26, 2011
The Guardian | How meditation might ward off the effects of aging
April 24, 2011
CNN | Is My Antidepressant Use Risky to my Future Kids?
April 19, 2011
Healthymagination | Psychologic first aid may reduce PTSD in disaster survivor
April 11, 2011
CNN | How can I reveal painful things in therapy?
April 5, 2011
CNN.com | Health – How hope works with modern medicine
March 16, 2011
CNN | Is it okay to stay on antidepressants long term?
March 1, 2011
CNN | Mind-body: Psychotherapy helps your heart
February 2, 2011
CNN | Warning signs from a troubled mind: What parents should do
January 14, 2011