Posted on August 30, 2021August 30, 2021 by admin — 11 CommentsMental ILLNESS in PRISONS [Part 4]: DRUGS Behind BARS | Challenges Of A PSYCHIATRIST in Prison This video is the 4th part of my Mental Illness in Prisons series and I’m going to explain the challenges of working as a psychiatrist in prison, including the … source Post navigationPrevious post: In Santa Clara’s Koreatown Restaurant Owners Forge a New IdentityNext post: Blonde Hair Transformation!! | #shorts 11 thoughts on “Mental ILLNESS in PRISONS [Part 4]: DRUGS Behind BARS | Challenges Of A PSYCHIATRIST in Prison” A Psych For Sore Minds August 30, 2021 Watch the first 3 parts of this Mental Illness in Prisons series:✅ PART 1 – https://youtu.be/rjIb77RGSLg ✅ PART 2 – https://youtu.be/zCC2kjU09Fc ✅ PART 3 – https://youtu.be/rECUyKfPi00 Reply Kelly Manton August 30, 2021 Would you do a video on your opinion on "The Southend Werewolf", its a case that happend early 90s about a bloke that thought he turned into a werewolf but it also links into the religion side of things as it was also investigated by the Warrens and an exorocism was performed. He was placed in various mental hospitals Reply EnglishInOz44 August 30, 2021 He’s back !! – Possible idea for a video- Skyking ,aka Richard Russel – a ground service man who stole a plane from Seattle airport where he worked and crashed it into a nearby forest after doing a barrel roll . Reply Waynes World COINS Australia August 30, 2021 Lol shove a beard up the ass wtf Reply Waynes World COINS Australia August 30, 2021 I couldn't believe the first time I met someone who refers to themselves in the third person shippy went to the pub today shippy on the horses today. That was his nickname shippy ! It took me a little bit to realise he was talking about himself lol . I found it funny , he was harmless though unlike The Lady you dealt with Dr Reply Gaye Morgan August 30, 2021 Your Job is so hard it must be frustrating having to jump through so many hoops just to get help for the mentally ill. You and others like you deserve a medal. Reply Anna Ponting August 30, 2021 🙂 Reply Adriene Kausner August 30, 2021 It’s not antibodies. I think it’s reagent? Reply The Coggers August 30, 2021 So you don’t have too. Love it 👌✌️ Reply Steven Deards August 30, 2021 Hi Dr, what about drug addicts who go to prison or mental hospital? Do you prescribe buprenorphine or methadone? Or are they banned in prison? I'm just curious to know if you wean them off opioids with them medications. Thanks doctor 👍👍 Reply Steven Deards August 30, 2021 So interesting, I love hearing about people's stories, and how you help them. Keep up the great work doctor! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.