Tag: <span>DSM-5</span>

DSM-5

The DSM-5, the new diagnostic manual, does little to ease the learning curve regarding mental disorders. The chief objections to the DSM-V are that many human frailties, bad judgment and maladaptive habit patterns are now listed as disorders for which treatment is indicated. The most frequently cited example is the inclusion of “caffeine withdrawal disorder” …

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Injury as Punishment

Eighty percent of those who need care, never seek it. And many who seek it, do not benefit. Most patients who are referred …
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GAD

The most common cause of disability in the United States is Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) and affects almost 7 million …
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Bipolar and Injury

Bipolar Bipolar Disorder Emerging: Here is a significant defect in the conceptualization of injury. Take the example of a …
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