Diagnosing and Treating Mental Illness, A Guide for Physicians, Interns, Nurses, Patients, and Their Families

This is a revolutionary little book about understanding mental illness from the perspective of how people actually experience it. Dr. Wylie believes that mental illnesses are segments of unregulated, hyperactive normal emotions, which can be easily understood by anyone. also included is a complete compendium of effective treatments for each disorder describing their risks and benefits. More

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About John V. Wylie, M.D.

John V. Wylie received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Yale University, an M.D. from Columbia University College of Physician and Surgeons, and then obtained his psychiatric training at Georgetown University Hospital, with which he continued an association on the clinical teaching faculty. He practiced general psychiatry in Washington, D.C., where he was on the medical staff at Sibley Memorial Hospital, serving as Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry from 1988 to 1995.
Now retired, he lives and writes in Olney, Maryland, with his wife, Ann, and German Shepherd, Tulip

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