Adult Psychological Problems: An Introduction
An introductory overview of a range of influential theories and treatment approaches to the main psychological problems experienced in adulthood. The key areas outlined include cognitive behavioural, psychoanalytic, social and biological approaches to to the problems being considered. The psychological problems covered include depression, anxiety schizophrenia, eating disorders, drug addiction, and sexual and marital problems.
Drug and alcohol dependence
Couple and sexual problems
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