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I don't know of anything like the film, "Voices." See it if you haven’t, and recommend it to others, too.

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Despite the disappearance of identity variations in diagnostic classifications, psychiatrists can contribute to solving social challenges.

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Critics of psychiatry claim there is an “epidemic” of mental illness in the US—and some argue this is a consequence of psychiatric treatment. But the best epidemiological evidence reveals no such epidemic in this country, rendering the iatrogenic “explanation” null and void.

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As clinicians, we can only imagine what happens when patients terminate treatment. Thoughts from an addiction psychiatry fellow.

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We have many tragic events that affect our collective grieving process. How should they be mourned over time?

There is a myth circulating in the blogosphere—usually among the most extreme critics of our profession—that there exists some monolithic entity called “Psychiatry” (with a capital “P”).

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