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M.D.Psychiatrist.com Emile D. Risby
This practical and easy-to-read text clearly describes how to address the issues associated with combining pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy, either by the same provider(integrated treatment) or jointly by 2 providers ( split treatment). The text gives the reader clear objectives and skills that should be mastered to acquire competence in this arena. Clearly, this text is a useful resource for the beginning therapist, both psychiatrics and nonpsychiatrist. It broadly discusses combination of pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy is being considered. Like other texts in this series, competency in combining pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy: Integrated and split Treatment should be required reading for all-and-second-year psychiatry resident. Furthermore, I highly recommend this text to the nonpsychiatrits who will be referring patients for combination therapy.