My experience with psychiatrists is that, when they finally pay attention to you, you are cured. Try, “Please stop looking at your screen, look at me, and pay attention to what I am about to say.” Then make bloody sure you look HIM/ HER in the eye and ask for what you need as clearly, and simply, as possible, without attempts at irony or charm. What happens in the next ten minutes may determine whether you ever want to see that therapist again. You just might be cured. Nick Nicholas S. Thompson Emeritus Professor of Psychology and Biology Clark University http://home.earthlink.net/~nickthompson/naturaldesigns/ From: Friam [mailto:friam-boun...@redfish.com] On Behalf Of Gillian Densmore Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2018 9:40 AM To: The Friday Morning Applied Complexity Coffee Group <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: [FRIAM] Psychiatrist? I suspect I need a psychiatrist to see weekly. The person I have now is to iregular and spends a lot of time on his computer so it doesn't feel like he's paying attention. Wich is just bad with someone with dyslexia because my body language, or voice or how I phrase something will fill in where I simply don't have the right kinds of words, and frankly need a pro to help with the medication and make sure what ever we try is actually doing good. What sort of stuff to avoid. For example : I't's just my experience with some of the SSRI's and other anti-depressents beer or wine just doesn't work.
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