Tag Archives: Dr. Paul Cohen

On Being a Bond-Servant


So Rev. Craig Schaub and I prayed and then we, along with my psychologist, Dr. Paul Cohen, went up to see the hospital’s medical director, whose name is not worthy of repeating.  His job was to catch the flak, as … Continue reading

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When Open-Minded Doctor is not an Oxymoron (Part I)


Last week I told Dr. Nasri Ghaly that I was writing a book.  Teasingly, he asked, “Is about me?”             “Not just about you,” I said, “but partly.  The part about you is called ‘To Interns in Search of a Role … Continue reading

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