Psychiatrist Miriam Grossman has sounded a wake-up call to her profession and to every parent of a college-aged child attending a secular university. She feels that the students with whom she works in college counseling centers have become 'casualties of the radical activism in my profession.' She writes out of her frustration at seeing appropriate tools removed from her arsenal to combat forces bent on destroying the mental and emotional health of her students, while their futures are stolen from them without their knowledge or understanding. Grossman says, 'My profession has been hijacked. I cannot do my job, my patients are suffering, and I am fed up.' Read her first-hand accounts of how a particular agenda has overtaken common sense in the counseling of university students and even redefined the meaning of emotional and mental wellness in the college setting.