Explaining Depression in Clinical Settings: Shortcomings and Dangers of Simplified Etiologies
This article describes and reviews the evidence for two etiologies of depression commonly communicated to clients in a clinical setting. The available evidence suggests that these etiologies are inaccurate and potentially harmful. An alternative etiological approach, which may avoid some of the potential negative consequences, is suggested.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 1, 2017
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