Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Finding therapists proves hard for troops

Army Times:
WASHINGTON — Soldiers returning from war are finding it more difficult to get mental health treatment because military insurance is cutting payments to therapists, on top of already low reimbursement rates and a tangle of red tape.

Wait lists now extend for months to see a military doctor and it can takes weeks to find a private therapist willing to take on members of the military. ...

Maybe now that all the shrinks are no longer tied up watching and debating the Sopranos...?
(Speaking of obsessive behavior...)

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