Psychologist Discusses the Failure of Antidepressants

City Pages (Twin Cities) | June 2, 2004
Claims for the effectiveness of antidepressants are highly exaggerated, says Michael Browne, who has written a paper on the medicalization of emotional distress. When a psychologist recommends an antidepressant to a patient, it detracts from the credibility of therapy, he contends.

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