The Fifth Experience
Five years later, in 1974, I was appointed as a trainer of psychiatrists. It was a position to which I had aspired, mainly because I had found the supervision of residents who were being trained in psychiatry extraordinarily inspiring. Thereby I became somewhat distanced from the care for patients, and found more opportunity to delve into the theoretical setting of psychiatry and its policies. In this position I could supplement my practical experience by studying the backgrounds, premises, and social-political aspects of the profession.
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