Outpatient Psychiatry: Diagnosis and Treatment

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Aaron Lazare
Williams & Wilkins, Jan 1, 1989 - Medical - 726 pages
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Fifty contributions cover conceptual approaches, data for assessment, differential diagnosis of psychiatric presentations with known organic causes, selected problems and aspects of treatment. For the ever increasing number and diversity of mental health care professionals who serve an increasingly heterogeneous population. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Even though it was published in 1988, many concepts are timeless and still hold true. Use this book as a reference, dictionary, casual psychiatry reading or A-to-Z.
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Current Issues In Outpatient Psychiatry
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The Biologic Approach
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The Psychodynamic Approach
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Aaron Lazare, M.D., is Chancellor and Dean, and Professor of Psychiatry, at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, in Worcester, Massachusetts and Senior Psychiatrist at the Massachusetts General Hospital. He was formerly Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is a leading
authority on the psychology of shame and humiliation, and wrote a highly regarded article on apology in Psychology Today that led to appearances on "Oprah," "Talk of the Nation," and many other TV and radio shows.

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