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clinmed/2000100002v1 (December 29, 2000)
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Is Psychotherapy Made Irrelevant By Psychopharmacology?

Stanley E. Greben

In the 1950's psychotherapy was taken generally to be the treatment method of choice for mental and emotional disturbance. In the past decade biological , that is chemical treatment is often the method of choice. This paper speaks of the desirability of the use of both methods concomitantly. A clinical case is presented as an illustration of the merit of this balanced approach.





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