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Antidepressant Superstition: How doctors & patients get fooled by antidepressants – Jonathan Shedler

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/psychologically-minded/201502/antidepressant-superstition Thank you to John, and Brent Potter for drawing our attention to this worthwhile article by Jonathan, originally published in Psychologically Minded. The writer does not herself use the terminology of ‘depression’ or ‘disorder’ – and the points here … Continue reading

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Bamboozled by Bad Science – The first myth about ‘evidence-based’ therapy

Interesting article published on http://www.psychologytoday.com by Jonathan Shedler, Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He points out the lack of any convincing evidence base for the medical model’s choice in the UK and … Continue reading

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