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A Psychologist's Thoughts on Clinical Practice, Behavior, and Life

Murder, Mayhem, and Evil: The continued media ignorance of the etiology of mass murders

During my first job, as a psychologist at a psychiatric hospital, I told my psychoanalyst/supervisor my adolescent patient’s statement. “That’s psychotic,” the doctor replied. Though able to define “psychotic,” until that moment I hadn’t grasped the power of this condition.
Similarly, when the latest horrors became public–the mass murders  Read More 
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