Psychological Therapy in a Pharmacological World

Who should read this book?
- anyone who does therapy,
- any therapist looking for a quicker way to help people,
- any physician who wants a quick intervention to help psychiatric, or non-psychiatric, patients with life issues,
- anyone wanting a simple model to understand people’s behavior,
- anyone interested in the way a therapy approach was born. More
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About James E. Campbell, M.D.

James E. Campbell, M. D. was born in farm country in Middle Western Illinois. He graduated co-valedictorian from Warsaw High School. He then went to MacMurray College in Jacksonville , IL. for three years before being accepted to University of Iowa, University of IL. and St. Louis University Medical schools. He chose to go to St. Louis University, and then to Michael Reese in Chicago for his basic three year adult psychiatric residency training.

In 1971, after two years in the Air Force, he set up private practice in Phoenix, Arizona. Because of the rapid turnover of patients in his office, an outcome of the use of rapid relief principles, he decided to extend the nature of his practice by taking a two-year child fellowship at UCLA. It was here that he met Dr. Gary Emery who he later collaborated with to write the original Rapid Relief from Emotional Distress.

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