At last our psychiatry professor returns to the fold with newfound serenity after her stress leave spent at Newfoundland. It was noticed that she is still quaffing antacids, and it has been rampantly questioned by the townsfolk whether this is a front for medication for obsessive-compulsive disorder.
An interview by the local press was attempted after a leak was made regarding the ground-breaking treatment she is planning to trial on her patients. She was about to give the interview when, regrettably, she discovered her supply of antacids had run out and made a hurried exit mid sentence.
However, an informative press release will be published on this website over the next few days. What we can tell you at this time is that the warning "Don't try this at home" will not apply to this treatment.
Psychiatry once again has a firm grip on things following stress leave. When all three stars on her forehead light up she takes a break from consulting and spends recouperative time editing the Green Hills psychiatry journal.