At last, a clinician’s guidebook to prescription dilemmas.
Psychotropic medications have long been prescribed for mental disorders, but the decision-making process for doing so continues to lack real clarity. This book is designed to give prescribers and interested readers the knowledge they need to understand how and why various drugs are prescribed and monitored for success.
About the Author:
F. Scott Kraly is the Charles A. Dana Professor of Psychology and director of the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at Colgate University. He lives in Hubbardsville, New York.