How to understand the clients you have, not just their DSM checklists.
Clinicians know that people often present with a spectrum of symptoms, but the DSM discusses criteria in absolute terms—symptoms are either present or absent. This book offers treatment guidelines to deal with the realities of mood disorders that often present in less than total ways that are far from black and white.
About the Author:
James Phelps, MD, is director of the Mood Disorders program at Samaritan Mental Health in Corvallis, Oregon, which serves a fivehospital system.