“There is already evidence that there is more depression in this time of the pandemic, and I expect that to continue through the winter.” - Dr. Richard S. Schwartz
Jacqueline Olds, MD, Richard S. Schwartz, MD, McLean Hospital – McLean Forum
Drs. Jacqueline Olds and Richard Schwartz offer their thoughts on a new study examining how well couples have managed while quarantining together.
Drs. Jacqueline Olds and Richard S. Schwartz, along with other experts, discuss how couples can navigate relationships during the COVID-19 crisis.
Of the many ways the coronavirus pandemic has changed our lives, one of the most impactful might be the way it has changed relationships. Around the world, millions of couples who have led largely separate lives during the workday suddenly find themselves quarantined at home. They are stuck...
According to Jacqueline Olds, MD, and Richard S. Schwartz, MD, the coronavirus pandemic presents new challenges and opportunities as people try to stay connected to each other in a time of social distancing (or the term many are advocating for: physical distancing). Olds and Schwartz, consultants...
Dr. Richard S. Schwartz and Dr. Jacqueline Olds discuss how chronic loneliness has developed into a public health issue.
In time for Valentine’s Day, Drs. Richard Schwartz and Jackie Olds offer the scientific underpinnings of love and research of love.
Dr. Richard Schwartz offers tips for spouses trying to help loved ones with depression.
Dr. Richard Schwartz joins the U.S. Surgeon General to examine the importance of friendships among middle-aged men.
“People are comfortable saying they’re depressed. But they’re not comfortable saying they’re lonely, because you’re the kid sitting alone in the cafeteria.” – Dr. Richard Schwartz
Dr. Richard Schwartz weighs in on embracing communal living as you get older.
A recent study examines light therapy as an effective treatment beyond seasonal affective disorder.
Couples Therapists Richard Schwartz and Jacqueline Olds Study How Love Evolves and, Too Often, How it Collapses
“There’s good reason to suspect that romantic love is kept alive by something basic to our biological nature,” says Dr. Richard Schwartz.
At McLean, Richard S. Schwartz, MD, focuses on the education of psychiatric residents as teacher, supervisor and mentor and senior consultant for the MGH/McLean Adult Psychiatry Residency Training Program. He is co-director of the Program in Psychodynamics, offering more intensive and advanced...