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Prior to September of 2010 I had no knowledge of the long dubious history of psychiatry, or had even heard the term "state hospital". It seems like such a bizarre state of affairs that I devote so much of my time to these articles. Particularly as much of my formal education was devoted to the study of Greek and Latin, and guided towards abstract religious studies. I graduated from Villanova University in the Spring of 2007 with a Bachelor's Degree, to do what with I would not be able to tell you. For a time I was a graduate student there working in peculiar academic path, one that I am sure they were just as perplexed by. Some of my papers of this period were of a mixed subject, and usually related to: Asiatic Philosophy, Eastern Christianity and Jungian Psycho-analysis. I am currently a graduate student in clinical psychology, albeit at a different university, and with the hopes of doing something marketable in the future. Also, I am currently employed on the grounds of Norristown State Hospital, which presents me with some unforeseen clinical hurdles. Feel free to message me with any inquiries you might have.

Please consult the following articles I am currently working on/re-working: