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Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms
Recognizing the signs and symptoms

Over the years, psychiatry has been vigorously criticized for its neglect of the whole social being of the patient (e.g., Breggin, 1991; Chesler, 1972; Penfold & Walker, 1983). A diagnosis of mental illness can stand in isolation from its social context, which means, in practical terms, that clients' past lives ...

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