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Interesting reads- Psychiatry related book (non academic)

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1. Elizabeth is missing by Emma Healey

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2. The human by Matt Heig

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3. Compassionate mind by Paul Gilbert

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Mindfulcompassion 

by Paul Gilbert

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The chimp paradox

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prof peters

 

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CBT by Dr Jason Sutterfield

 

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The examined life by Stephen Grozs

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Too much psychotherapy related reading

trainees would not want to go thru this stuff after attending:

balint groups

2 short cases

and 

one long case

 

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This is not for training! Only for personal interests!

Too much psychotherapy related reading

trainees would not want to go thru this stuff after attending:

balint groups

2 short cases

and 

one long case

 

dear Alex

The above is not for psychiatric training! It is for anyone who is interested and aspire to read. It is certainly not a compulsory requirement!!!!

so don't worry and sail calm:)

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Love's Executioner and Staring at the Sun by Irvin Yalom

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I would recommend the book Cracked. It's a good read from the viewpoint of Antipsychiatry

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Elizabeth is missing is fantastic. Almost made me think about switching from GA to OA psychiatry! ...

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thank you for the list! sounds interesting!

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The Ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold by Evelyn Waugh. A superb account of a descent into psychosis

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Anyone else read Chasing the Scream by Johann Hari about addictions? What did you think?

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it's all in your head- suzanne o'sullivan

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