Psychology vs. Psychiatry – What Can Happen if the System Fails

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From Vox Gibraltar: Many people confuse psychology with psychiatry. Too often, general practitioners recommend psychiatric treatment when psychological treatment or therapy could be just as effective without resulting in any adverse effects.

“…too often drugs are prescribed unnecessarily when therapy would have been sufficient. More distressingly, those unnecessary drugs sometimes trigger catastrophic side effects and massively compound the problem.”

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