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Two Minds: The Growing Disorder in American Psychiatry
by T. M. Luhrmann
Anthropologist Luhrmann examines how psychiatrists are trained and how they interact with patients in this thoughtful study of the "two minds" of psychiatry: the biomedical approach that sees mental illness as a disease best treated with drugs; and the psychodynamic approach, seeing mental illness in the mind and emotions and treating it through therapy. Read the review in the New York Times
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