Head First: A convincing argument in favour of treating the mind before medical matters

Leading British psychiatrist Alastair Santhouse argues that doctors need to learn to listen more closely to what their patients are telling them before diagnosing a physical illness

5th September, 2021
Head First: A convincing argument in favour of treating the mind before medical matters
alistair Santhouse originally trained as a physician and worked in internal medicine. However, he slowly realised that many patients’ medical treatments actually worsened their physical health.


Head First: A Psychiatrist’s Stories of Mind and Body

By Alastair Santhouse

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