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Ok, I have no way of actually knowing whether your therapist is a social worker, but I’m going to talk about what might make
The angst and despair before the storm.
DSM-5 made a mistake when it joined together into one big, heterogeneous category ('Substance Use Disorder') what in DSM IV had been two quite different diagnoses ('Substance Abuse' and 'Substance Dependence').
Three weeks ago, when I was briefly worried that Donald Trump could in fact be elected president, I began drafting a faux 'apology' to the clown prince of politics.
There have been many narcissistic heads of state before but the clearest examples, such as Fidel Castro, Saddam Hussein, and
*Daniel Wagner is Managing Director of Risk Cooperative and co-author of "Global Risk Agility and Decision Making". I am
A seemingly small and barely noticed organizational change in DSM-5 disguises what is really a giant conceptual leap -- one that may eventually cause large and harmful unintended consequences.