James E. Campbell M. D.
Psychological Therapy in a Pharmacological World has been written to encourage an alternative look at current day approaches to psychiatric therapy, and to share with my colleagues insights I have gained over 40 years of practice. • Understanding the psychological world from a different vantage point. • Show how accurate speech helps to understand and resolve many psychiatric problems. • Show how and why immediate relief from psychological pain is possible. • See how your thinking actually creates your psychological pain. • Why some depressions are better off not being treated as depression. • Teach your patients how to get rid of anger forever. • Understand the childhood belief system that generates adult psychopathology. • Learn how a better defi nition of responsibility can help solve problems in therapy. • New ways to look at guilt and shame. • Learn to use psychological language to treat psychological problems. • Learn how education could extinguish many psychiatric problems.