Navigating the Mindfield: A Guide to Separating Science from Pseudoscience in Mental Health
A dizzying array of popular psychology books, articles, and promotion campaigns tout a multitude of remedies for psychological problems. If you or someone you know is seeking therapy, this excellent reference book will provide needed guidance for navigating the mental health maze.
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