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Psychotherapy Casebook: Psychotherapy Clarified the Diagnosis and Treated the Problem.

Primary Care Companion J Clin Psychiatry 2001;3(1):30-31

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The doctor in primary care, much like today’s psychiatrist in office practice, is often confronted with Psychotherapy Clarified the Diagnosis and Treated the Problem Katherine St. Germaine, D.O., and Dean Schuyler, M.D. the choice of medicating an emotional disorder or making a referral for talk therapy. While a combination of both may work for some patients with depression and anxiety, some people recover and make major life gains in brief psychotherapy, without medication. Such was the case with Mr. A.​