As I approach the end of my fourth and final year of residency, I can elaborate with authority on psychotropics and side effects, P-450 interactions and insurance transactions. I, like my peers, have been trained in the age of biological remedies: "receptor religion." I, too, am a believer and feel fortunate to be a part of this revolution in neuroscience. However, I long for more emphasis on and discussion of the science of psychotherapy, which deserves its rightful place next to fluoxetine. We seem so mesmerized by the efficacy of our drugs that we have almost stopped believing that psychotherapy does anything "real" at all.