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

Psychiatrists’ Families Aren’t Healthier Than President Trump’s!

In a well-received book some years ago, a psychiatrist described his mother’s naked body being used as a card-playing table by his father and cronies. In a paper by a psychoanalyst-psychiatrist (Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, “The Sad Soul of the Psychiatrist,” early 1970s), it was stated that clinicians who treat children do  Read More 
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Inescapable Political Longings in the U.S.A. and Canada

I was at the ‪FDR‬ Library in Hyde Park, New York the past Saturday for a talk ("James MacGregor Burns and FDR: A Conversation with Susan ‪Dunn‬ and Michael ‪#‎Beschloss‬").

Later, at the bookstore, I couldn't resist several purchases: a poster with a photo of Eleanor Roosevelt bearing her quote ("You must do the  Read More 
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