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Table of Contents
|Medication Versus CBT: How Did That Happen?||p. 1|
|Neurobiological Evidence and Combined Treatment||p. 9|
|Dual Responsibility Treatment: Principles That Facilitate Collaborative Patient Care||p. 19|
|Combining CBT Interventions and Medication to Enhance Medication Adherence||p. 35|
|Combined Treatment for Major Depression||p. 55|
|Combined Treatment for Bipolar Disorder||p. 81|
|Combined Treatment for Anxiety Disorders||p. 103|
|Combined Treatment for Eating Disorders||p. 119|
|Combined Treatment for Schizophrenia||p. 139|
|Combined Treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder||p. 159|
|Combined Treatment in Pregnancy||p. 181|
|Combined Treatment for Substance Abuse and Dependence-written with Samson Gurmu, M.D.||p. 193|
|Author Index||p. 235|
|Subject Index||p. 243|
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