No matter where you are in the world today, it is almost certain that it would be ideal for you if the sun always shines. Of course, that is easier said than done, even at the best of times. Perhaps it is true for a majority of patients who are referred to or prescribed psychiatric services in sacramento, ca. The sun is not always shining by the time they arrive for their first consultation.
The first consultation is not likely to last longer than, say, forty-five minutes. And indeed, this is going to be standard procedure for the next ten or so sessions booked or prescribed, give or take how the assigned clinical psychiatrist carries out his or her work.
Patients are often misinformed into believing that the psychiatrists are rushing through the work in order to be rid of them and then go see another patient. Or go and play a round of golf; or visit the mall, as the case may be.
No. It is a best practice for the clinical psychiatrist to take an articulate approach to the work that he or she needs to do with his or her patient. Within the space of just a few days, the psychiatrist needs to apply his or her mind to the reasons why the sun is not shining for his or her patient.
Of course, by now you know that reference made to the sun shining, or not, is merely meant figuratively or metaphorically. And when you think about it; although there are people in some parts of the world that are quite accustomed to the dark and gray clouds, this is often held up as a mirror image of a person’s moods.
Come out, come out sun; wherever you are.