Tag: DSM-5

Normal or Pathology?

Since the DSM 5 has been published, I’ve done a lot of reading. The battle continues to wage between proponents and opponents of the latest incarnation of psychiatry’s “bible” and it doesn’t look to be resolved any time soon. For the record, I think… Continue Reading “Normal or Pathology?”

Reblog | Updates to psychiatry’s guidebook – The Washington Post

Updates to psychiatry’s guidebook change criteria for ADHD, autism – The Washington Post. The pathologizing of normal life experiences is not of benefit to the individual. It does, however, create huge revenue streams for pharmaceutical companies, HMOs, and others with their fingers in the… Continue Reading “Reblog | Updates to psychiatry’s guidebook – The Washington Post”

Might as well begin the new WorkplaceWise blog with an issue that affects all of us and our clients. This blog came via @TherapyTales, and the links are worth following up.