The Essential Guide to Psychiatric Drugs, Revised and Updated
Author(s): Jack M. Gorman, M.D.
More than 150,000 copies in print, 4th Edition
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The Essential Guide to Psychiatric Drugs has become a classic and indispensable resource for the layperson and professional alike. Informative, accessible, and easy to use, this newly revised and updated resource presents comprehensive information on the latest drugs and research, covering most adult mental health problems. It also includes balanced information on controversial topics like the risk of suicide from antidepressants and the risk of obesity and diabetes from antipsychotics.
This book will help people with psychiatric problems, as well as their concerned families and friends, to better understand when drug therapy should be considered, which drugs should be used, for how long, and what side effects are expected.
Includes the latest information on:
-Side effects and withdrawal symptoms
-Specific usage, dosage duration, and efficacy
"This book…meets a critical need…for the millions of people for whom psychiatric drugs are so important." -Herbert Pardes, past President of the American Psychiatric Association.
Jack M. Gorman, M.D. has been involved in psychiatric research, teaching, and patient care for more than two decades. He has been Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University, the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and Harvard Medical School, and lectures frequently throughout the country. He is the author of The Essential Guide to Mental Health.