July/August 2014View All Issues
In the age of Big Pharma, meds have flattened all before them in their virtual conquest of the mental health field. Over the years, antidepressants have come to be sold as virtual panaceas for just about any emotional trouble to which humans are prone. According to many observers, however, these drugs are wildly overprescribed, often for conditions that wouldn’t be captured even in DSM’s ever more capacious net.
The Challenge of Becoming the Boss
How to Make a Group Practice Work
Letting Go of Hate
How to help clients change unconscious responses
When Talk Isn’t Enough
Easing Trauma’s Lingering Shock
What Makes Fanatics Tick?
Exploring the Psyches of People on the Fringe
The Freedom Ride
On the Road with a Restless Woman and Her Son