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In a first-ever poll of its kind, we'd like to know about your fears, concerns, and hopes about how this election will affect your profession and your patients.

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Here: basic concepts behind sexual consent capacity and guidance on how to pursue capacity assessments.

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The road to recovery for human trafficking victims is intense and requires intervention and care on multiple comprehensive levels.

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There has been much progress in both the conceptualization and the treatment of vaginismus in the past 15 years. Details here.

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“Once a pedophile always a pedophile” is so 30 years ago. The author updates the realities about sex offenders and why psychiatrists should be more optimistic about their patients’ prognoses.

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Today’s psychiatrists rarely have the luxury of time enjoyed by our fin-de-siècle forebears. So a few quick questions for the right patients can offer a big payoff. Here's a case in point.

The most basic human principles of humility, reliability, unwavering respect, and being kind and approachable are the most effective qualities a Street Medicine practitioner--and any psychiatrist--can have.

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