Nature Red in Tooth and Claw - Lessons for Psychotherapy

Patapsco Valley State Park covers more than 16,000 acres along the Patapsco River a half-hour's drive from the hospital. Hiking, mountain biking, camping, horse-trails, fishing, and hunting are all available to the public. It's a great place to get outdoors and away from the heat and aromas of the city. I've seen whitetail and belted kingfishers at Patapsco, rabbit, chipmunks, squirrels, groundhogs, and, once, a bald eagle cruising at about 25 feet right along the riverbed. One morning early I saw a fox kit in a meadow, playing with late summer leaves swirling about in the wind, oblivious to me sitting 20 feet away. Walking my dog there a couple of weeks ago, sweating up and down the hillsid

Devotion to Patients, Devotion to Teaching: A Welcome Message From Our New Department Director

The following remarks were given by Dr. James "Jimmy" Potash, welcoming the new residents to the Johns Hopkins Hospital on this, his first day as Department Director. After Dr. Potash spoke, the residents were introduced to the faculty and staff, and Dr. Potash spent more time with the new PGY2 class. This is an important tradition in the annual life of the Department, and these remarks reflect well its core values of patient care, teaching, and research. - Graham Redgrave Thanks to all of you for coming to welcome our new residents. This is an energizing event for those of us on the faculty as the arrival of bright and enthusiastic new doctors, eager to learn psychiatry, reminds us of how m

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