The Therapist's Guide to Psychopharmacology: Working with Patients, Families, and Physicians to Optimize Care
Guilford Press, Dec 22, 2009 - Medical - 310 pages
This indispensable book provides therapists and counselors with crucial knowledge about psychotropic medications: when and how to make medication referrals, how to answer patients' questions and help them handle problems that arise, and how to combine medication and psychotherapy effectively. Ideal for readers without extensive background in neurobiology, the book clearly explains how medications work in the brain and how they affect an individual's emotions, behavior, and relationships. Strategies for collaborating successfully with patients, their family members, and prescribers are discussed in detail. In this edition, psychopharmacology content has been fully updated.
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Review: The Therapist's Guide to Psychopharmacology: Working with Patients, Families, and Physicians to Optimize CareUser Review - Kathryn - Goodreads
didn't technically finish this one (it's a text book! no one finishes text books!!!) some good information..a little technical at times...helpful as a resource book Read full review