When Psychiatry Aggravates Psychosis by Focusing on Childhood Traumata and Ignoring Key Current Problems

Nathaniel Lehrman, MD

ISPS-US 10th Annual Meeting, Rockville, MD 2009

Current or recent traumatic experiences have long been recognized as major causes of psychosis, but it is widely maintained that one cannot  understand psychosis without exploring childhood traumata.  When that exploration diverts attention from important current situations, tragedy can follow.

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