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Entries from April 2011

Remarks to a Class of Undergraduate Nursing Students Upon Completing a Day in Group at an Acute Care Psychiatric Facility

April 11th, 2011 · No Comments

I gave the following brief remarks this afternoon to a class of a dozen student nurses at an acute care psychiatric facility: We rotated four of you for each of three group sessions today.  I would like to thank you for coming, and for attending carefully to what as going on.  This group was in […]

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Case Study – the Demonic and the Angelic

April 6th, 2011 · No Comments

When leading groups, occasionally, one comes across a patient who is so interesting, or peculiar, or unusual, that the clinician literally is compelled to write a brief case study.  Such is the case with patient D. (name and all identifying data changed).  She is an English-speaking Caucasian female.  Although she kept changing her date of […]

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