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Here's the story of one of my very first patients -- 45 years ago -- who taught me a powerful lesson about countertransference.

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One would easily imagine from a recent TV report that psychiatrically ill and suicidal students are routinely being shipped off to hospitals and removed from their colleges without due process or discussion.

Which patients are most likely to find a computer-based program helpful?

What policy prescriptions, if any, would you make on a federal level for reducing gun violence in America? That question and more answered.

The ethical core of the Goldwater Rule is sound, but the rule needs clearer and more nuanced language.

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What should you do when patients with preexisting psychosis express an interest in lengthy travel?

The inability or difficulty to experience vaginal penetration is most similar to which DSM-5 disorder? Find out in this quiz.

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