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Book Reviews

Treating Somatization: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach

Charles V. Ford, MD

Published: January 15, 2008

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A slim volume of 226 pages, Treating Somatization: ACognitive-Behavioral Approach is in practicality 2 separatebooks. The first half is a fairly dry literature review of variousaspects of somatization with special emphases on somatizationdisorder. This heavily referenced review includes topics such asepidemiology, clinical characteristics, assessments, and medicalutilization of somatizing patients.’ ‹

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Volume: 69

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