William Thornton, M.D.
Much of my clinical work is with general psychiatric inpatients, including persons with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression and dementia. My outpatient work focuses primarily on persons with mood disorders. I also work with patients in psychoanalytically based psychotherapy. My research interest is in neuro-stimluation. I am especially interested in the ways in which psychoanalysis, philosophy, history and literature may inform one another.
|Medical School||UT Southwestern Medical Center (1987)|
|Internship/Residency||UT Southwestern Medical Center (1991), Psychiatry|
?But There was More to the Story: Danger, Doubt and Feeling Real?
Thornton, W., Cain, J., Litle, M., Andresen, J.,
The effect of remifentanil on seizure duration and acute hemodynamic responses to electroconvulsive therapy
Recart, A., Rawal, S., White, PF., Byerly, S., Thornton, L. 2003
?The Art and the Angst of the Mentoring Relationship?
Davis, L., Litle, M., Thornton, W., Academic Psychiatry 1997 21/2