Your Mental Health Questions Answered contains over 70 answers to the probing questions you've always wondered about. Popular medical writer J. Lucy Boyd has interviewed 20 top psychiatrists and psychologists, asking each of them one to two questions in their specialty, ranging from anxiety to addiction to sex.
Inside this book, you'll learn how to know if your child is on drugs, what to say to a friend who's miscarried, whether to date someone with a personality disorder, and what Maslow's pyramid can do for you. Filled with both practical information and facts you'll enjoy knowing but hope never to need, this book is truly an FAQ for the human brain.
Contributions by Jeffrey L. Brown, PsyD, Madeleine M. Castellanos, MD, Matthew Clark, PsyD, Patricia Farrell, PhD, Jennifer L. Fee, PsyD, Joann Paley Galst, PhD, Nzinga Harrison, MD, Leon Hoffman, MD, Aimee Kotrba, PhD, Gary W. Lewandowski, Jr., PhD, Carole Lieberman, MD, Ronald L. Mann, PhD, Samuel Mowerman, MD, Steve Orma, PsyD, Simon A. Rego, PsyD, Karen Sherman, PhD, Marcia Sirota, MD, Ashley L. Solomon, PsyD, Tina B. Tessina, PhD and Mentwab Wuhib, PhD.
"Seldom will you see this many top doctors contributing to one work. I couldn't be more pleased with the results of this ambitious endeavor! Join me and learn more about yourself, your family and friends, and the eccentric woman across the street. This unique book will both entertain and empower you." (J. Lucy Boyd, RN, BSN)
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Interesting book with a variety of information
helpful different fun
Learning how to tell if a teen is on drugs or having mental health problems
This is the first time I've listened to Dan Harder. I owned the paperback, and this audio version is first rate. It sounds like a professional on television.
Things You Don't Know About Life, But Need To
If you or someone you know is having problems, it is a great book. But, if you aren't having problems, it is an even better book, because it gives advice on stress management and has lots of information that you can share with your friends. I love that so many doctors were interviewed for this book. You get dozens of opinions instead of just one.
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