Psychiatry, Inspiration, and Humor

“For me, being a psychiatrist is the most rewarding profession imaginable. We experience life through other people’s eyes. We travel through thousands of worlds and participate in thousands of journeys — all the heartache, passion, and wit — without having to get up from the chair. It’s an honor to be part of that.”

– Dr. Kim Rosenthal, Psychiatrist

Please Choose From the List of Below

Mental Health and You,
 a psychiatric database
 and blog

Substance abuse counselor, brain coach, creativity guru, and coloring book in one

An empirical 6-month study offered humorous renderings to 12 patients, providing them with a mirthful place for shared laughter in controlled doses…*

Exploration of the subconscious (sorta), reflection, fiction, cartoons, and art

Coming eventually: e-books, booklets, creativity courses, guided journaling, and other stuff.  Some of it for sale.

Here’s a list of
great places to visit.

kim rosenthal, md

About The Author

Dr. Kim Rosenthal was eleven when Optimists International chose her to represent their organization. It was a minor thing, a medal, and all she knew was it had something to do with being nice to people.  But that’s when it all started.  The personal mantra stuck with her:

Believe in yourself
Believe in others
Seek out the beauty in those around you.
For if it doesn’t start with you, then who?

When not beating people over the head with optimism, Dr. Rosenthal works as a psychiatrist in North Carolina.

About The Site

Welcome to Psychiatry, Inspiration, and Humor, a world where roses follow you around
until you compliment them and everyone’s jokes are funny…. TBC

For Facebook visitors: if you’re here for the ostrich, please check out Say no to ostriches


* Information from Marc Gelkopf’s article, “The Use of Humor in Serious Mental Health: a Review.” Evidence-Based Complementary Alternative Medicine, Jan 3 2011  

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