The Environment and Mental Health: A Guide for Clinicians

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Some of the chapters in this book are controversial; in most areas there is a shortage of scientific data. This book is designed to introduce the new field of environmental psychiatry, to illustrate its importance for clinical practice, and to serve as a practical guide.


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