Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Therapists 7th Ed
Handbook of clinical psychopharmacology for therapists
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As someone who frequently pitches a tent in the anti-psychiatry camp, I found myself utterly amazed at the straightforward presentation on the impacts of psychopharmacological medication presented in the text. Further, as a reference book, there are many tables, figures, and illustrations that allow the therapist to. The information is presented in a user-friendly and refreshingly clear format. While reading this book, I took the time to reflect on what I had read and present it below as part of a further understanding of the important questions and implications this book presented to me. While reading the text, the question I have revolves around comorbidity and the etiology of specific mental disorders. I have a strong tendency to view mental disorders as constructs meaning they are an inanimate object that does not have a physical presence.
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