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Re: textbooks/Nwsltrs a source? But not Harvard's

Posted by svevo1922 on December 15, 2001, at 21:59:28

In reply to Re: textbooks/Nwsltrs a source? But not Harvard's, posted by svevo1922 on December 15, 2001, at 21:02:35

I forgot to add this. Someone said why not ask a good clinician? I discuss different drug therapies I've read about with my pdoc all the time and he answers my questions. He's a lot more receptive than my therapist, to whom I was referred by my pdoc, who keeps telling me I'm trying to tell him how to do his job! (The irony of course is that I think I'm in a much better position to comment on what's likely to work in therapy than in psychopharmacology. I have had a longish acquaintanceship with myself, as it happens.)

My pdoc doesn't have infinite amounts of time to field my questions. But I should remind him again that he was supposed to suggest some books for me.




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