Prof. Patricia Casey Fears, Phobias & Fantasies: Understanding Mental Health And Mental Illness

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Written by well-known psychiatrist Patricia Casey, this book is aimed at the general public. Since mental health problems are common, and range in severity from transient stress reactions to those that impact seriously on day to day living, a book that helps people understand these conditions is required reading. There is also concern about the medicalization of day-to-day problems of living and this too is explored critically.

About the Author

Patrica Casey is Professor of Psychiatry at the Department of Adult Psychiatry, UCD and Consultant Psychiatrist in the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital. She is the author of 11 books, including Psychiatry and the Law, A Guide to Psychiatry in Primary Care, and is co-editor of the book Stress and Trauma Related Disorder (APP, 2016).

She has published over 120 papers in peer reviewed journals. Her research interests include suicidal behavior and adjustment disorders. She is Editor of BJPsych Advances and writes a weekly column for the Irish Independent (Mind and Meaning).

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