Is the success of the psychiatrist measured by the percentage of his patients who did not commit suicide?
- 1 month ago
If 99% of his patients commit suicide. Those are personal decisions made by sentient individuals who have CHOSEN to remove themselves from a life of great pain.
Just by consulting a psychiatrist, before they leave, to discuss their options does not mean the psychiatrist has failed.
It means the psychiatrist laid out the realistic options before them and the patient did not like those options and went for a permanent solution.
- glcangLv 71 month ago
- rickLv 71 month ago
I'm sure he judges his success, by how many people he as NOT cured. The number of paying patients(clients) he has.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Yes. Dead patients cannot pay the "session fees".
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- THE BANNIBAL ONELv 71 month ago
No,that is a fallacy.
- 1 month ago
That would not work because if that was measured, then no psychiatrist would ruin her practice by taking the most desperate patients who were most at risk of suicide.
- KazLv 61 month ago
No, but it's probably a good measuring stick of their competency.
- SèonaidLv 51 month ago
The ones who want to kill Trump. Those who don't are obviously nutjobs.
- Mama KimamaLv 71 month ago
Should move this post to Social Science, Psychology