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VIDEO: Peter Kramer on Antidepressants and Your Practice

Today's Medications Are Leagues Above Their Predecessors

Peter Kramer • 12/20/2017

We've all heard of the undesirable side effects of certain medications that are used therapeutically. But according to psychiatrist Peter Kramer, author of the renowned Listening to Prozac, many of today's antidepressants not only have fewer side effects, but give psychotherapists more flexibility in their treatment options.

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VIDEO: Peter Kramer on Antidepressants and Your Practice

Today's Medications Are Leagues Above Their Predecessors

Peter Kramer • 12/20/2017

We've all heard of the undesirable side effects of certain medications that are used therapeutically. But according to psychiatrist Peter Kramer, author of the renowned Listening to Prozac, many of today's antidepressants not only have fewer side effects, but give psychotherapists more flexibility in their treatment options.

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Peter Kramer received his MD from Harvard. A clinical professor of psychiatry at Brown University, he has a private practice in Providence, Rhode Island. His writing have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and other national publications. He has written several books, including Moments of Engagement: Intimate Psychotherapy in a Technological Age (Penguin), Should You Leave?, Listening to Prozac and Spectacular Happiness.