Diagnosing and Treating Mental Illness

Diagnosing and Treating Mental Illness

A Guide for Physicians, Nurses, Patients, and Their Families

Book - 2010
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Designed for health care workers and others lacking extensive mental health training, this guide provides tools to help diagnose common mental health conditions in addition to guidelines for their treatment or for referrals to mental health experts. Among the information provided is advice on how to differentiate genuine mental illness from the "existential" problems of living, much of which may need psychotherapy but should not legitimately be diagnosed as a true mental illness. The handbook provides a concise compendium of descriptions and treatment options for a variety of psychiatric conditions--pathological anger, anxiety, and depression; obsessive-compulsive disorder; posttraumatic-stress disorder; and schizophrenia--along with a general sense of how the relationship between the psychotherapist and psychiatrist or internist is coordinated.
Publisher: Spokane, Wash. : Demers Books, c2010
ISBN: 9780981600260
0981600263
Branch Call Number: WM 140 W983 2010
616.89 WYLIE
616.89 W
616.89 WYLIE
Characteristics: 154 p. ; 21 cm

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Mar 26, 2012

Love the book. Allows the average person to have knowledge and insight about a topic that doesn't' get talked about very often.

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