The Environment and Mental Health: A Guide for Clinicians

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the physical setting has not been regarded as a mental health concern, and is at best treated as an afterthought rather than as an important aspect of therapy. Failure to look at the physical environment ignores a potentially powerful, inexpensive, and noninvasive adjunct to treatment that may benefit both patients and health care providers.


ACKNOWLEDGMENT

The authors wish to thank Dan Golletz, PhD for his contribution to the manuscript.


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