If a future psychiatrist already calls her patients "crazy", should she be allowed to practice?

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  • If a future psychiatrist already calls her patients "crazy", should she be allowed to practice?


Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 01:10
Not tactful, but she should be allowed to practice.
Positive: 59 %
Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 01:27
I don't think by any means it's grounds to lose her license. If it upset you I would just not recommend going back. But then again, none of us know the context of how it was used, so I can't judge that. All I have to say is I have multiple mental health issues including major depression, bi-polar, generalized anxiety disorder, and PTSD. I'm also extremely obsessive in relationships, and I can admit that I'm crazy, and often joke about it through sarcasm. I've found making jokes out of things I don't necessarily like about myself, make them more tolerable, I would suggest them same for you. There's nothing better than a good laugh at yourself. -DK
Positive: 53 %
Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 02:51
no she shouldnt do that. thats just saying everyone i see is nuts and theres no help. she needs to be turned in. ik its hard to know ur going to be the cuase of someone getting fired but like someone thats that way with patients and talks about patients that way shoudlnt even have that job. they need to be fired . so turn them in or talk to the office and get a number to do so.
Positive: 33 %

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