Not just psychological, but psychiatric - almost a reminder of those 1950s-ish comics featuring psychoanalysts. This is a well-drawn comic. The script holds together and moves with the right balance of explanation and mystery. Artwork carries the mood well, by turns claustrophobic, exultant, despairing, and grunge-noir. It has all the makings of a taut, exciting story.
The problem is that it just doesn't excite me. I know that others will differ, but the whole drama of mind-to-mind just falls flat when I read it. The "Fallen Pages" supplement at the end interests me more, even if the art isn't quite as polished, and I like the cover art (?) that follows.
If that "relationships" thing between doctor and locked-ward patient works for you, then have a blast. It's just not me.
4+ stars for the art and scripting, 1 for personal level of interest - and this is a personal review before it's anything else.