If psychiatric medications are doing the job, why are more disabled by a mental illness than 25 years ago? That is the disturbing question, says Dan Herman, that permeates Robert Whitaker's new book, Anatomy of an Epidemic.
if our psychiatric treatments are truly effective, why aren't people with mental illness doing better? [Full Story]
The impact of trauma is now conceptualized as a syndrome rather than as isolated symptoms such as dissociation or somatization. In this review of the first book to look at Complex PTSD, Dr. Kristina Muenzenmaier discusses the findings of more than 30 experts, all of whom are involved in treatment or research of the impact of trauma. [Full Story]