“I need you to see Eddie,” the social worker told me, “He keeps throwing himself out of bed, and you know how the administration is about falls.”  Falls were bad.  They get reported to the State.  “You hear that moaning down the hall?” she asked.  “That’s him.  He’s driving all the other residents crazy.”  She … Read more


I’ve been treating two women who have suffered and survived with Bipolar Disorder all their lives. Sara, in her mid-seventies, has been struggling with deep depression, trying to find her way out of a depressive swing. She sits very still these days, watching the people in the hallway. From a closet full of colorful matched … Read more