Signs of the Times

The Worcester Telegram

James Stringham, M. D. in an interview reported in The Worcester Telegram Worcester, Massachusetts

Dr. James Stringham of Canandaigua, N. Y., a psychiatrist for the past 10 years, [was] one of the featured speakers at a clergy conference ... at the Lasell House, Whitinsville. In an interview Dr. Stringham, who has been a practicing physician for 30 years, said, "No one can appreciate so fully as the doctor the amazingly large percentage of human disease and suffering which is directly traceable to worry, fear, conflict, immorality, dissipation and ignorance, to unwholesome thinking and unclean living."...

The youthful-looking doctor, a firm believer that a spiritually oriented approach to man is vital in his practice, said the psychiatric profession is limited to the degree of help it can give patients with emotional disturbances connected with guilt and resentment. ...

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October 28, 1961

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