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"The Goldwater Rule" was implemented in 1973, preventing psychiatrists from making armchair diagnoses, after Barry Goldwater, the Republican nominee for president, successfully sued a magazine that published an article doubting his sanity. Keystone/Getty Images hide caption

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A psychologist argues people experience emotions differently. For instance, fear might make some people cry while for others, it could elicit laughter. Sara Wong for NPR hide caption

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Ketamine For Severe Depression: 'How Do You Not Offer This Drug To People?'

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Too often, pediatricians say, the teen depression that went undiagnosed in the community shows up in the ER as a suicide attempt. Studio 642/Blend Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Community members enjoy a picnic on Gould Farm in Monterey, Mass., in the 1920s. Work on the farm remains a key part of the therapeutic process. Courtesy of Gould Farm hide caption

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Hereford, Texas, may have lovely vistas, but it's notably short of mental health care options. Kirk Kittell/Flickr hide caption

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Texas Strives To Lure Mental Health Providers To Rural Counties

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Telepsychiatry Brings Emergency Mental Health Care To Rural Areas

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The goals of therapy remain the same, but the business side is undergoing big changes. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Therapists Explore Dropping Solo Practices To Join Groups

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