At my old friend Charlie Maiorana's 60th birthday party in Washington, DC, February 2002
Maxie C. Maultsby, Jr., MD and I meet regularly at Union Station in Washington, DC (We always meet in front of the newstand then decide where we're going to eat). Maxie was chairman of the Dept. of Psychiatry at Howard University Hospital. He is a national leader in Cognitive Behavior Therapy. We compare notes on the way of the world. Our prognosis is "not good."
Sheldon Richman came home to Philadelphia and we got together at Delancey Street Bagel, on City Avenue in Philadelphia. It was a good meeting.
With Ron Leifer, M.D., at his home in Richford, New York, July 21, 2002.
This is what happens when Ron and I start talking about life, death, psychiatry, Buddhism, etc. At his home, July 21, 2002
With Nelson Borelli, MD. Nelson and his family stopped by on their route to South Carolina. We had breakfast together. Nelson and I put together the Szasz Symposium. Nelson is a psychiatrist. If you live in the Chicago area, and you want to go to a really good analyst/therapist, see Nelson Borelli. He contacted me years ago when a letter of mine appeared in JAMA in 1989. [Alcoholism as willful misconduct. Journal of the American Medical Association, 261, 864-865.] We became good friends ever since.