Psychiatric News
Volume 41 Number 7 page 31-31

The following are corrections to the March 3 issue:

In the president's column on page 3, APA President Steven Sharfstein, M.D., referred to the March issue of Psychiatric Services. The year of that issue was 2005.

The name of Claire Kelly, Ph.D., was misspelled in an article appearing on page 7. In addition, Kelly was at the Centre for Mental Health Research at Australian National University in Canberra when she conducted the research.

In the article "Don't Make Assumptions About Patients' Culture, Analysts Advised" on page 13, it was reported that Carmela Perez, Ph.D., comes from Guatemala, when in fact she comes from Puerto Rico. Further, Perez would like to clarify a point raised in the story: even when a therapist and a patient come from the same general culture, say, Latin America, it is important for the therapist to be on the alert for subtle cultural differences between them—differences that might further the therapist's understanding of the patient's problems. ▪

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