Behavioral Medicine Made Ridiculously Simple
Practical and concise behavioral strategies for understanding and treating common clinical challenges from stress to suicide. Initially written for medical students, this focused, compassionate and humorous clinical psychology book also will be a welcome addition to the libraries of counselors, social workers, and other health care professionals.
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