Prevention of Psychosocial Problems in Hemophiliacs
Part of the The Downstate Series of Research in Psychiatry and Psychology book series (DSRPP, volume 4)
At times, psychiatrists have caused themselves an identity crisis by branching out into areas of community problems, national problems, international affairs, poverty, politics and criminality which they are not well qualified to handle. Many of us have met the fate of Dr. Peck, illustrated in the verse entitled “Psychiatrists Beware”:
There was a doctor named Dr. Peck
Who fell in a well and broke his neck.
People said he should have known
To treat the sick and leave the well alone.
KeywordsPsychosocial Problem Psychosocial Adaptation Dysfunctional Family Conflict Avoidance Open System Model
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