Behavior: Nader's Guide to Shrinks

The only thing worse than feeling mentally ill these days may be deciding what to do about it. The would-be patient, not exactly on top of things anyway, is confronted with a bewildering and contradictory assortment of therapies, from classical Freudian to behavior modification. Choosing a therapist can get just as complicated. Should it be a psychiatrist, or a social worker? And once that is decided, which one? With all these questions, the path to the couch seems like an obstacle course.

But now onto the scene charges Ralph Nader's Health Research Group with...

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