Management of Treatment-Resistant Major Psychiatric Disorders
J Clin Psychiatry 2013;74(10):e952 [book review]
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Once in a while, a book arrives that fills a critical need for psychiatric practitioners whose waiting rooms are packed with patients who fail to respond to evidence-based therapies. This book, containing a state-of-the-art review of how to manage treatment resistance in 15 different psychiatric disorders, is a timely gift to clinicians who have to manage patients with unremitting mental disorders. It is an excellent resource that belongs on the bookshelf of not only psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners but also other mental health professionals because treatment-resistant patients almost universally need a combination of pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy.