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Get the Diagnosis Right: Assessment and Treatment Selection for Mental Disorders

J Clin Psychiatry 2011;72(9):1287 [book review]

From our regular book review column.

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This book is a superb resource for those wanting to make a psychodynamic diagnosis.

In psychotherapy, the therapist often has to turn to concepts because the empirical information available today is insufficient to adequately answer the question of exactly what to say to the patient. Within psychotherapy sessions, the therapist often finds that the patient does not perfectly fit the narrow methodologies of randomized, blinded, controlled studies.