The shortage of medical doctors involved in the practice of psychiatrist was part of the reason psychologists in Guam were granted the right recently to prescribe psychotropic medications, George Kallingal, Ph.D., a Guam psychologist, told The National Psychologist. Only five psychiatrists serve the island which consists of 160,000 residents and a million tourists a year. […]Continue Reading ...
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