Healing Practices in Psychiatric Patients1

  title={Healing Practices in Psychiatric Patients1},
  author={J. K. Trivedi and B. B. Sethi},
  booktitle={Indian journal of psychiatry},
Psychiatry for long time has looked upon traditional healing practices wi th an at t i tude of contempt. As a mat te r of fact, the further one got away from such healing practices the bet ter was considered the growth of mental heal th at a centre or in a country. Consequently, for the past several decades it was an anti-psychiatry gesture to consider, evaluate or compare the traditional practices wi th those being provided by the modern well t rained practitioners of psychiatry. I t is only… CONTINUE READING


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