The Veterans Administration continues to play a central role in providing mental health services, but everyone in the field can do a better job helping those who've served our country.
Deborah Y. Liggan, MD-who has succeeded in both civilian and Air Force military service-explores the spectrum of mental health illnesses that affect veterans and how each disorder impacts their lives and the lives of their loved ones.
Topics focus specifically on veterans and include psychiatric interviewing, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, disorders of cognition, recovery from mental illness, and psychiatric emergencies.
With clear and concise language, the guide explores how to respond to complaints such as depression, suicide, and psychotic thought processes. At the conclusion of each chapter are ten study questions of self-examination for review.
The Veteran's Guide to Psychiatry is the definitive guide for psychiatrist residents, psychologists, psychiatric social workers, and anyone involved in diagnosing and treating emotional illnesses.
|Формат:||20.3cm x 12.7cm x 3.2cm|
|Авторы:||Deborah, Liggan, Md|
|Тематика:||Медицина и фармакология: учебники и монографии|
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