Psychologists are becoming increasingly involved in pharmacotherapy as prescribers of psychotropic medications as collaborators with prescribers and as sources of information advice and support to clients and health care professionals these new roles represent one of the most significant changes in the practice of psychology in recent times. Pharmacotherapy for psychologists provides a comprehensive and up to date review of the prescriptive authority movement for psychologists which aims to dramatically improve public health this volume could not be more timely given the urgent need for comprehensive mental health services in the united states. Pharmacotherapy for psychologists prescribing and collaborative roles 264 by robert e mcgrath editor bret a moore editor american psychological association staff contribution by robert e mcgrath. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more
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