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VIP In The News

VIP is profiled in this new feature article: https://www.madinamerica.com/2021/04/surprising-mental-health-benefits-volunteering/

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Mental Diseases?

Are personal and emotional problems diseases? Read the Comments of:
- Physician Director of a Psychiatric Residency program
- Chairman of a Medical School Department of Psychiatry
- President of the American Psychological Association
- Drs. Kutchins and Kirk, authors...

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No Privacy

Is Privacy Necessary in Psychotherapy? Read the Reactions of:
- The Supreme Court of the United States
- Two Directors of the New York Psychoanalytic Society
- President of the American Psychiatric Association
- Dr. Donna Shalala, Secretary of Health and Human...

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Profit Driven

Profits and no Privacy in Psychotherapy: Managed Care Read the Reactions of:
- Two Presidents of the American Psychiatric Association
- President of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis
- Timothy McCall, M.D., author of Examining Your...

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Psychology Today

Volunteers in Psychotherapy in Psychology Today Excerpts from December, 2001 Issue CASH, CHECK OR VOLUNTEER WORK: A NEW WAY TO PAY FOR THERAPY Psychotherapy patients in Hartford, Connecticut are participating in a national trial, but no new drugs or behavioral tactics...

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VIP and APA

Therapy that rewards clients and community Psychologists' nonprofit venture evades managed-care's challenges and encourages volunteerism. By MEL WATERS Monitor Staff The Monitor on Psychology  of the American Psychological Association  May 2000, Vol 31, No. 5    Print...

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Surgeon General Report

The Surgeon General’s New Clothes: How the press and the SG distort the truth about mental distress (also available in Perspectives Mental Health Magazine, April-May, 2000): By Richard Shulman, Ph.D. Following the issue of the Surgeon General’s report on mental health...

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Lost Confidentiality

Lost Confidence and Confidentiality in Psychotherapy Richard Shulman, Ph.D. Originally published at MentalHelpNet We don’t know what psychotherapy is anymore: It is not the screaming, finger pointing and denuding to the crowd of TV’s Sally, Jenny or Jerry, nor is it...

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MentalHelpNet Interview

Interview with Richard Shulman, Ph.D. Cynthia Levin, Psy.D. Published on Mentalhealth.net on Jul 1st 2000 Richard Shulman, Ph.D. completed his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of Toledo after having graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Wesleyan...

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The Hartford Advocate

A Sane Solution to a Mad World By Jayne Keedle Published in Hartford Advocate on 07/29/99 Call him crazy, but psychologist Dr. Richard Shulman doesn't think every patient who comes to him for help should have to pay an exorbitant fee. Nor does he believe his patients'...

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