“One Year in Primary Care”

As a newly licensed psychologist specializing in child psychology and psychopharmacology, I was happy to accept an invitation to work part-time in the office of a family practice doctor in rural California. Looking back on my first day in October of 2002, I now realize the enormity of information that I had to learn and […]

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  • PSYCHOLOGISTS AND THE PATRIOT ACT

    As a clinical psychologist in private practice I spend much of my time listening to others express their problems, fears and concerns about their personal lives. Occasionally those concerns and fears include the larger world problems of war and terrorism. But, until recently, I did not know that terrorism and legal acts to confront it […]

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