Is there any worry of psychiatrist roles being taken over by other medical professionals and eventually dying out in the outpatient setting? For example, from what I hear, many psychiatrists don't practice psychotherapy anymore since there are plenty of clinical psychologists/social workers/counselors who can perform the same role. This seems to leave psychiatrists with the primary role of medication management. But couldn't that be done by general internists or primary care doctors? Especially for those with common disorders (such as depression, bipolar, etc) that has been stable with medication for years... Pathology has seen a drop in available jobs partly because much of their work has become automated or delegated to other specialist lab technicians. Do you think that will ever be a concern in psychiatry?