Psychological Therapy in a Pharmacological World by James E. Campbell M.D.

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"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
• 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."

About James E. Campbell M.D.

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James Campbell, M.D. was born in farm country in Central Western Illinois. He graduated co-valedictorian from Warsaw High School; then he went to MacMurray College in Jacksonville, Ill. for three years before being accepted to Univ. of Iowa, University of Ill, and St. Louis University Medical schools. He chose to go to St. Louis Univ. for medical school, and then to Michael Reese in Chicago for one year of a medical internship and his basic three year adult psychiatric residency training. In 1971, after two years in the Air Force, he set up a private practice in Phoenix, Arizona. Because of the rapid turn over of patients in his office, an outcome of the use of rapid relief principles, he decided to extend the nature of his practice by taking a two year child fellowship at UCLA. It was there where he met Dr. Gary Emery whom he later collaborated with to write the original Rapid Relief from Emotional Distress. Dr. Campbell has a revision of the first book Rapid Relief from Emotional Distress Revised; this book Psychological Therapy in a Pharmacological World: a book intended for physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists or counselors, and a third book Teachers and Mental Health: The art of accurate speech and other ways to help students not become psychiatric patients intended for teachers and parents is in the final stages.
Published August 17, 2011 by AuthorHouse. 123 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Professional & Technical, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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