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Richard M. Berlin, M.D., is an associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts, a psychiatrist in private practice, and a published poet. He writes a monthly poetry column for Psychiatric Times and is the author of How JFK Killed My Father, a collection of poems about illness and the healing arts.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Artists -- Mental health -- Case studies.
Mental illness -- Treatment -- Case studies.
Psychotherapy -- Case studies.
Personality and creative ability.
Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.)
Creative ability.
Art and mental illness.
Mental Disorders -- drug therapy -- Personal Narratives.
Mental Disorders -- psychology -- Personal Narratives.
Creativeness -- Personal Narratives.
Poetry -- Personal Narratives.