Clinical Manual for Management of PTSD
J Clin Psychiatry 2012;73(2):255 [book review]
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Clinical Manual for Management of PTSD is written for clinicians with the goal of providing a comprehensive, up-to-date synthesis of clinically relevant, evidence-based research that is useful in everyday practice. This manual has been published at a time when trauma-related research has expanded dramatically, making it difficult for the overburdened clinician to keep up with this explosion in knowledge. As such, the manual is designed to be a user-friendly bridge between the research and clinical communities.
J Clin Psychiatry; 73(2):255 [book review]