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Examining the impact of Carl Rogers' client-centered form of
Reviewing the consequences of the long-standing Tarasoff
decision, which charged therapists with a duty to protect third
parties from harm by patients.
There is evidence St. John's wort may be effective in treating
depression, but studies continue to produce mixed results.
A new study reports that antipsychotic drugs introduced in the
1980s may be no more effective than older drugs.
What is vagus nerve stimulation?