Scientific American
​​Psychiatry Needs To Get Right With God

By not making more of an effort to incorporate spirituality in treatment, we are doing a disservice to patients.

These are not just interesting sociological trends—they are clinically significant. Spirituality has historically been dismissed by psychiatrists, but results from a pilot program at McLean Hospital in Massachusetts indicate that attention to it is a critical aspect of mental health care.

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