The Environment and Mental Health: A Guide for Clinicians

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and an hypothesis worth investigating. Clinicians should not interpret such concerns about the environment as displaced anxiety, but should foster open exchange with patients concerning these issues. Likewise, a collaboration between behavioral scientists and humanistic thinkers will promote the development of a coherent ecopsychology.


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