psychiatric hospital

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Noun1.psychiatric hospital - a hospital for mentally incompetent or unbalanced personpsychiatric hospital - a hospital for mentally incompetent or unbalanced person
hospital, infirmary - a health facility where patients receive treatment
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Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson) at a local mental institute, she seeks to convince Kevin, Dunn and the now-catatonic Elijah Price (Samuel Jackson, reprising his role as "Mr.
A 48 years old right-handed female patient was admitted for the first time in "Socola" Mental Institute Iasi at the age of 25 with idiopathic mixed epilepsy (generalized and complex partial seizures) with clinical and electro-encephalogram confirmation.
Agnes Mary Winstead, the actress who portrayed The Butcher in the docu-series, was admitted to a mental institute after getting too wrapped up in the role.
As seventeen-year-old Snow is introduced, readers are unaware that she is in the confines of a mental institute. Eventually Snow lets them in on the reasons she is a patient: she dragged a friend along with her through a mirror in order to get to Wonderland, and she believes she has powers that create a winter-like atmosphere.
The former Met officer ended up in a mental institute after 10 years undercover and two years in witness protection, so he knows the pressure of going on the run.
The police sergeant - later sectioned in a mental institute - shot him dead in what we would now call a noisy-neighbour dispute.
I really think that instead of being freed from prison they should be in a mental institute. They obviously endured some trauma to be as messed up as that.
After being cured, he entered a mental institute, staring at the walls in a semi-catatonic state.
This fits with the duo's work as visual artists: they have in the past restaged David Bowie's final performance as Ziggy Stardust and the Cramps' 1978 gig at Napa Mental Institute, and made two films about the emotional potency of mix tapes.
"Wonderland'' takes Lewis Carroll's tale in a different direction, with a mature Alice returned from her adventure to a cynical reception and mental institute.
Played by actress Ruth Wilson, the research scientist and psychopath, who Luther investigated for killing her parents in the first series, had escaped from a mental institute with Luther's help at the end of series two - and that was the last we saw of her.
(2009), and played the younger version of the Beatrice Dalle character in helmer Virginie Despentes' Bye Bye Blondie (2011), in which; she described her role as "a punk lesbian who spent time in a mental institute."