Welcome to the Psychiatry Letter

Registration is open for an all-new course: “Psychopharmacology Update 2023.” The course consists of 8 lectures on studies of new and forthcoming drugs, and new studies of current drugs.

The Psychiatry Letter

Your resource for an independent-minded scientifically sound approach to psychiatry and mental health.

PL began as a printed newsletter in 2016-2019. Top articles from the newsletter are available above.

Now PL provides webinars in psychiatry, e-books, blog posts, and answers to your questions in curbside consults.

Join the PL community to learn more about psychiatry and mental health from a scientifically-informed approach that differs from what you normally hear.

About Registration

If you have not taken them, register for our foundational CME/CEU courses – The PL Advanced Diagnosis and Psychopathology webinar course, and the PL Advanced Psychopharmacology webinar course.

A student discount will be given as always, and full CME and discounted non-CME options will be provided for the Diagnosis and Psychopharmacology courses.

Registration has been extended for these courses and will remain open throughout the calendar year.

Basic Resource of the PL

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