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Artistic works by psychiatrists, most notably the Poetry of the Times column by Dr Richard Berlin and creative endeavors by others.
The Death of an Addict
As clinicians, we can only imagine what happens when patients terminate treatment. Thoughts from an addiction psychiatry fellow.
A Curious Kind of Love
Sometimes when proposing a treatment plan, I flash to an image of my patient seated beside me on this orchard bench watching orioles court in May’s sharp sunlight...
Psychiatry Comic: Identity Crisis
"So how did you feel when you found out you weren't a . . .?"
Psychiatry Comic: Germaphobia
Some novel ideas for the therapy clinic.
Psychiatry Comic: SSRI Dogs
Which one is Selective Serotonin and which is Reuptake Inhibitor? Some Friday fun.
Dawn is at five, but I sleep past nine, not caring if I miss a few warblers flying home for summer...
Psychiatry Comic: APA Rockstar
A bit of conference levity as we cover serious issues.
Words Heal: Coping With Cancer
When a full-time writer's husband was diagnosed with cancer, she found writing poetry helped her cope. She guessed that others would, like her, find their experiences with cancer best expressed through poetry. So began The Cancer Poetry Project.
This Year in Rorschach: 2014
Featuring this year in Rorschach tests at Psychiatric Times.
Creative Expressions and the Unconscious Mind
Painting and writing are ways in which this clinician expresses herself and relaxes after a hard day's work with patients.
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