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  • Amy M

    Informative and entertaining.

    February 5, 2014

  • Kim

    This topic can be approached from a million different angles, so I tried to capture a few points with a few articles. I hope that is helpful. As I was searching links, here are a few points that surfaced: Lack of treatment or inappropriate treatment can be approached from the angle of over/under diagnosis, refusal of insurance to pay for prevention (huge issue), psychiatric and Big Pharma issues, inability for the consumer to afford self pay without insurance, increasing numbers of therapists moving to self pay to avoid spending time battling with insurance to get coverage for the client and in turn creating a two tier system, theoretical models arguing over who gets to 'own' the term "evidence based," disadvantaged populations, potential consumers refusing treatment due to fear of stigma, Western ideas of mind being separate from body, minimization of personality disorders, etc., etc., etc.

    2 · February 1, 2014

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