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Where is Therapy Going After DSM-5?

David Mays on the Integration of Biology and Psychology

By the time we’ve exhausted all the debates to be had over DSM-5, it’ll be time for DSM-6. So rather than continuing to lament the deficiencies of our current diagnostic system, let’s focus on what’s ahead for the world of psychotherapy.

That’s the position forensic psychiatrist David Mays is taking, anyhow.

In this clip from David’s session in our Networker Webcast series The Uproar Over DSM-5, he talks about three areas of biological study he thinks therapists should pay particular attention to. Many mental health professionals make the mistake of thinking that the biological sciences aren’t relevant to their work, but David explains why he sees a lot of integration between biology and psychology in the near future.

The Uproar Over DSM-5:
How The New Standards Affect Your Practice

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