January 10, 2018
Dr. Katherine Dahlsgaard
Let me tell you about a young woman who came to me for a psychological evaluation and quietly cried throughout.
She was 16 and lovely in every way. Smart. Polite. Cared about school and earned good grades. On a varsity sports team. Well-liked by her friends. Treasured b...
December 25, 2016
The patient, a boy in middle school, had witnessed a relative choke to the point of unconsciousness in a restaurant seven months before.
His parents had brought him for a psychological evaluation because he had been miserable ever since.
His eating had suffered, too – it...
October 15, 2015
The girl, who was in her early teens, barely looked at me, barely spoke to me, and mumbled so quietly I kept leaning forward until I nearly fell out of my chair.
Her mother had brought her for a psychological evaluation, worried that her daughter had been spending most...
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