The Shades of Creativity

For Interviewing and Creatively Treating Psychiatric Patients
Narrated by: Holly Slaughter
Length: 30 mins
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It was a privilege to heal and treat the sick, but then the rules kept changing, and I only had 30 minutes and then 15 minutes to see one patient. The managed-care changes, HIPPA laws, malpractice lawsuits, and Medicare regulations that could lead to a physician's stress. Because of this, I developed Creative Noisiness, a process to help physicians manage their mental-health patients.

©2017 Audrey Pullman (P)2019 Audrey Pullman

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Paperback has CDs in back of book.

So don’t buy this in Kindle or audio format. The book is useless without the CDs

It’s a waste of money. I’m returning it for the hard copy. It sounds like a useful tool for my job. A psych nurse practitioner at an inpatient facility.

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Interesting take on difficult subject

This is a book about a difficult subject: psychology. Dr. Pullman believes in treating her patients or clients by using methods other than drugs. She describes specific patients and the unusual treatment methods she uses. She is a good storyteller. Ms. Slaughter is also a good storyteller. She has a pleasant voice and natural delivery. She drew me into the stories so that I cared about Dr. Pullman’s patients and their outcomes.