3 edition of A clinician"s guide to using light therapy found in the catalog.
A clinician"s guide to using light therapy
Raymond W. Lam
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Raymond W. Lam, Edwin M. Tam.|
|Contributions||Tam, Edwin M.|
|LC Classifications||RC545 .L36 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009027556|
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A step-by-step guide to help busy mental health clinicians and other health professionals to better diagnose seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and incorporate light therapy into their everyday Includes many additional resources, including patient educational handouts and lists of frequently asked questions.
A Clinician’s Guide to Using Light Therapy. Raymond W. Lam and Edwin M. Tam. New York: Cambridge University Press, This step-by-step guide helps busy mental health clinicians and other health professionals better diagnose seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and incorporate light therapy into their everyday clinical practice.
A Clinician’s Guide to Using Light Therapy Raymond W. Lam and Edwin M. Tam. New York: Cambridge University Press, This step-by-step guide helps busy mental health clinicians and other health professionals better diagnose seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and incorporate light therapy into their everyday clinical practice.
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