How Do You Talk to Your Patients About Abuse?

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How do you start a conversation with your patients to create a safe environment for them to talk about domestic violence or abuse of any type? If you have experience in engaging in these conversations with patients, Psychiatric Times® wants to hear from you.

Contact us now to be featured in an upcoming episode of Behind the Science, a video series that provides a comprehensive snapshot of the hottest news of the day and the controversial expert opinions behind them.

If you would like to share your experience in discussing domestic violence or other forms of abuse with your patients in an upcoming episode of Behind the Science, write to us at PTEditor@MMHGroup.com.

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