From Christina G., RN, RMT, Kingston, Ontario
My father is a psychiatrist and my mother, a clinical psychologist. Both entered their fields when I was one year old. They were devoted to their patients. It was rather intense growing up as our lives revolved around their patients, and in this field typically, patients’ crises. The most important message I took away from the intersection of my childhood and their careers was the value of caring for others in need.