SPC: In The News

Putting the Pieces Together On How to Cure Alzheimer’s

Dementia: Alzheimer's Disease Affects Women Worse Than Men, Study Finds

Tips on Moving Family Into a Nursing Home

FLASHBACK (12/31/2011): Cuts to Medicaid Crossover Fees Has Negative Impact on half of states and especially Older Texans, Providers, and the State Budget

The Magical Healing Power of Caring and Hope in Psychotherapy

Distinguishing the Origins and Causes of Problematic Transitions

Drugs, Death, and Disconcerting Dilemmas

Why Do I Wait In the Waiting Room for Such a Long Time at a Doctors Appointment?

Nursing Home Rounds

Alzheimer's: Know the 10 Signs - Early Detection Matters

Study Finds Dementia Rates Falling Steadily

Speaking Up Is Hard to Do: Researchers Explain Why

20,000 Pages of Regulations

Flashback: Top Dem Sen. Baucus Cautions of 'Train Wreck' for Obama Health Law

Letting Mom Go

The Corporate Practice of Medicine in Long-Term Care

Hands-On Training Helps Manage Dementia Behaviors

Medical Directors' Presence Key to SNF Performance Improvements

Avoiding Prolonged Dying in Advanced Dementia: How Can Healthcare Professionals Help?

Caregivers Of Spouses With Alzheimer's Most Likely To Suffer From Depression

Depression Linked to Hospitalization for Preventable Illnesses

About Constipation From Opioid Use

The Suicide of Robin Williams Revisited

AAP Shifts Focus for Overseeing Childhood Obesity

My Mom Has Alzheimer's

They Put A Pre-School In A Nursing Home And It Changed Everyone's Life

Why Aren't Doctors Rich?

Sustenance Drug Interactions in Psychiatry: What Clinicians Need to Know

Dallas Hospital Becomes First to Conduct Universal Suicide-Risk Screenings

10 Reasons Why People Fear Physician Entrepreneurs

The Tao of Yogi: A Compilation of Berra’s Wisdom

Here's How Much Money Doctors Actually Make

Type 2 Diabetes and Depression

Tight Timeline Forces LTC Commission To Narrow Its Ambitions, Member Says

Prescribing Mobile Apps: What to Consider

What Doctors Know About Death That the Rest of Us Don’t

What Really Drives Medical Treatment Decisions?

More Physicians Leaving Independent Practices

Tips for Dealing With People Who Don’t Know They Have Dementia

The Analytic Attitude: The Essence of What We Mean by ‘Psychoanalysis’

Memory Decline More Rapid in Women Than Men

'Revolutionary' Change for Life's Final Choices Would Reduce Unwanted Care

Congratulations! Senior PsychCare has made the 2015 Inc. 5000

Study: Weight-Loss Surgery Effective for Type 2 Diabetes

Parkinson's Disease Psychosis: Common, Yet Not Often Reported

Cutting the Fat: Obesity and Depression

10 Steps to Building Your Resilience

Stigma Influences Psychiatrists in Disclosing Their Own Mental Illness

Hospice Care Helps Relieve Survivors' Depression, Study Finds

Treating Sleep Disorders in Alzheimer's Patients

The Role of Video Games and Virtual Reality in Psychiatric Treatment

Ultrasound Used as Therapy for Alzheimer’s

Obamacare Has Been a Huge Help For Mental Health Care

Why Doctors Don't Have Clients

10 Essential Self-Care Tips for Dementia Caregivers


What Can We Do About Alzheimer's Disease?

Texas Physicians Urge Lawmakers: “Help Us Care for Our Patients”

The Epitaph of Profession

Psychiatric Drug Overuse Is Cited by Federal Study

If Fee-for-Service is a Problem, What's the Solution?

Medical Management of Obesity in the Psychiatric Practice

Medicaid Provider Figures Don’t Reflect Reality of Patient Care

Hoarding in Late Life: Implications for Clinicians

Ethical Issues: The Patient’s Capacity to Make Medical Decisions

Can We Talk? Structured Paths to Better Communication

Why Administrative Burdens Keep Physicians Away From Patients

The Best Wat to Say Goodbye if Living With End-of-Life Pain or Advanced Dementia

The Google Engineer Teaching Happiness in Three Steps

Addressing Cognitive Decline in Major Depressive Disorder

Soldiers' Suicide Risk Predictable With Algorithm

Elder Abuse and Neglect: Appearances Can Be Deceptive

'Dementia village' Inspires New Care

Integrated Approach Best for Alzheimer's-Associated Agitation
Proteins Identified for Alzheimer's Blood Test

Long Wait Times Typical for Psychiatry Appointments

Recovering From Depression and Difficulty: Finding Meaning in Adversity

A Crisis in Care

Psychiatry’s Underground Economy

Interventions to Reduce Inappropriate Prescribing of Antipsychotic Medications in People With Dementia Resident in Care Homes: A Systematic Review

5 Steps to Maximize Your Patient Portal and Boost Practice Efficiency

Differences in Adult Day Services Center Characteristics by Center Ownership: United States, 2012

Seniors: 5 Tips to Increase Your Income

The Old Man Versus the Medical-Industrial Complex

New Tip Sheet to Manage Dementia-Related Behavioral Problems

Counselors Say Men Are More Willing to Try Couples Therapy When It Focuses on Results

Cognitive Therapy Plus Antidepressant Improves Depression Symptoms

10 Must-Read Articles from Harvard Business Review

New Dining Standards Toolkit Available Now from Pioneer Network

David A. Clark Offers Advice for Keeping the Blues from Turning into Depression

Most Docs Support Medical Marijuana, But Need Training

Dementia Behaviors Can Give Specific Message

What Are the Habits of Highly Humanistic Physicians?

Not the Same Auld Lang Syne

Even Mild TBI May Cause Brain Damage

Building Cathedrals

Pros and Cons of Aging in Place


Current and Future Treatment Options for Preventing Metabolic Syndrome Due to Atypical Antipsychotics

Are We Training Psychiatrists to Provide Only Medication Management?

A Potent Tool Within the Doctor’s Toolbox

Alzheimer’s – In Her Very Own Words

Why Not Use Cholinesterase Inhibitors for Mild Cognitive Impairment?

Sexuality in Older Individuals: Addressing the Elephant in the Room

How Being a Physician Evolved Into the Most Unpleasant Occupation

School of Social Work Award Announcement

Brains of Seniors Slow Because They Know So Much

New Internet-Based Test Can Anticipate Alzheimer's

Bupropion Associated With Delayed-Onset Urticaria

Top 10 Issues Confronting Physicians in 2014

The Silver Lining in the Graying of The United States: Healthy Aging Is the New Norm

Statins Not Associated with Cognitive Decline

Robust Final Rule for Parity Signifies Significant Advances for Residential, Out-of-State Treatment

Trading in the Obamacare Lemon

The History of Trick Or Treating Is Weirder Than You Thought

Sex Among Dementia Patients Spurs Call for Policies

Peanut Butter Utilized to Diagnose Alzheimer's

Should Your Elderly Parent Try Medical Marijuana?

MSSW Students: Call for Papers for Shapiro and Borrell Award -$1,000 Prize

Hospitals Look at House Calls to Reduce Expenses, Admissions

Details Regarding a Likely Government Shutdown

Doctors Aren't the Sole Problem

3 Reasons Why Adding Behavioral Health and Wellness Services May Benefit Your Primary Care Practice

Central Texas Doctors Weigh In On Advantages, Downsides of Affordable Care Act



“Under the care of Leo J. Borrell, M.D. since December 2001, I have seen a remarkable improvement in my mother’s condition. She is responding dramatically to the new regiment Dr. Borrell has prescribed”

- Beth Rose


Feb 3, 2008

The Interdisciplinary Team; The Role of the Psychiatrist

by Dr. Leo J. Borrell, featured in Assisted Living Consult for November/December 2006. A HealthCom Media Publication