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There is a waiting list of more than 100 people requesting psychiatry services, said executive director Karen Beyer.
In his 1946 book Peace of Mind, Rabbi Joshua Loth Liebman argued not only that religion and psychiatry are compatible, but that Sigmund Freud had a spiritual purpose.
Nelson, medical director of the center's child psychiatry unit, noted concerns about weapons and bullying.
The commencement address was delivered by Dr. Kristin D. Baker, who has practiced psychiatry in various settings in Concord over the past 23 years.
Urban noises create problems for people, and so does crying, says Dr. Charles Goodstein, a professor of psychiatry at New York University Medical Center.
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PSYCHIATRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of psychiatry for English Language Learners
: a branch of medicine that deals with mental or emotional disorders
PSYCHIATRY Defined for Kids
Definition of psychiatry for Students
: a branch of medicine dealing with problems of the mind, emotions, or behavior
Medical Definition of psychiatry
: a branch of medicine that deals with the science and practice of treating mental, emotional, or behavioral disorders especially as originating in endogenous causes or resulting from faulty interpersonal relationships
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