Psychotherapeutic Issues in Psychiatric Treatment of Physicians with Alcohol and Drug Abuse Problems
More psychiatrists are now apt to see physicians with alcohol and drug-abuse problems. Such physicians are more apt to appear at earlier stages, in milder degree, and on an outpatient basis. Mobilization of organized medicine’s attention to problems of the impaired physician is already yielding results, yet has a long way to go.
KeywordsDepressive Symptom Alcohol Dependency Therapeutic Alliance Psychiatric Treatment External Control
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