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Forensic Psychiatry in a Nutshell: Personal Snippets.


Forensic Psychiatry in a Nutshell: Personal Snippets

Karel T.I. Oei

Wolf Legal Publishers


239 pages



Oei shares anecdotes and insights from his work as a forensic psychiatrist. A selection of chapter titles are: The Greatness of Lance Armstrong; Madame Bovary; The Taboo Linked with Suicide Does Not Disappear Rapidly; Risk Assessment in Interpersonal Violence; Some Associative Contemplations on the Occasion of a Triple Suicide; Much Work to be Done to Become Conscious of our Deepest Desires; The Paranoid-schizoid Position of Melenie Klein; Better is the Enemy of Good; Courage and a Pioneering Spirit May Change Culture; and Ambivalences and Collusions in Relationships. Distributed in the US by ISBS. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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Date:Feb 1, 2016
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