Dr Blanche's Clinic takes you to 1850s France to meet two of the greatest European psychiatrists in history. Two doctors with very different methods are competing in the field of mental ...
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Dr Blanche's Clinic takes you to 1850s France to meet two of the greatest European psychiatrists in history. Two doctors with very different methods are competing in the field of mental disease, what will one day be known as psychiatry. One believes that the use of forceful physical methods is the key to a cure. The other, Dr Blanche, is convinced that recovery can be found through language.