I’ve also started working as a psychologist for Médecins sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders if you’re American) and, as you might expect, the pace of work is a little more intense and unpredictable than usual – not least because I will be spending quite a bit of time ‘on the road’ to work with some of the many MSF projects in the rather more troubled areas of the country.
In fact, I hear that some of areas we work in are so badly affected that they don’t even have Twitter, so blogging is likely to be a bit restricted at times.
However, Tom and I are mulling over some interesting new plans and we’ll still both be posting when in internet enabled zones, but you might see a change of pace.
This also seems a great opportunity to thank the psychologists and psychiatrists I had the pleasure of working with in Medellín, especially from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Antioquia, from whom I learnt a great deal and with whom I had some incredibly enjoyable times.
Muchas gracias a todos!