This book sets out everything readers need to know about mental health care in a clear, concise and readable format. It includes a diagnostic process to identify major mental health problems, free from the complicated technical language that many other diagnostic manuals employ. The book offers detailed descriptions of the various kinds of mental health practitioners and what kinds of services they provide. It also details all of the commonly practiced psychotherapeutic methods, how they work and what problems they are most likely to help. Equipped with this resource, readers will be in a powerful position to take control of their own mental health care and make important positive changes in their lives.
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