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Therapist General; Psychological health of groups; Mental health; Citizens; Consumerism; Supreme Court; The Corporation; Corporations; Psychopathy; Lawrie Reznek; Psychotic delusions; Society
Lately I have been imagining the creation of a new office in the executive branch: a Therapist General to advise the president and the nation about psychological problems affecting American citizens, groups and institutions. The person assuming this role could issue an annual report about the state of the nation’s mental health, investigate and report on the likely psychological costs and benefits of proposed laws, and issue recommendations for therapies to improve the nation’s psychological health.
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https://today.ucf.edu/the-united-states-could-use-a-therapist-general/ (UCF Today: UCF Forum)
Mauer, Barry (2015). The united states could use a therapist general. UCF Today, 2015-11-03. Retrieved from https://today.ucf.edu/the-united-states-could-use-a-therapist-general/
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