Identifying And Treating Severe Mental Illness
The vast majority of mentally ill people are not a danger to themselves or society, but for those who are, treatment is critical. Diane and her guests discuss the challenge of identifying and treating severe mental illness.
clinical professor of psychiatry at Georgetown University Medical Center and vice president of the American Academy of Psychiatry & The Law.
father of an adult son diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, author of "Crazy: A Father's Search Through America's Mental Health Madness," former Washington Post reporter and author of several others books, including "The Hot House."
president of Treatment Advocacy Center.
client services entry bureau chief at Arlington Community Services Board.