Overview of psychiatric comorbidity. Practical and theoretic considerations.

  • Rick Goldsmith
  • Published 1999 in The Psychiatric clinics of North America


Psychiatric comorbidity is a common clinical challenge for addiction therapists. The clinician is challenged by the assessment as well as the ongoing management of such cases. Stabilization is complicated by the comorbid problems. Careful use of psychiatric medications can be helpful and collaboration with other health care professionals is usually an… (More)


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@article{Goldsmith1999OverviewOP, title={Overview of psychiatric comorbidity. Practical and theoretic considerations.}, author={Rick Goldsmith}, journal={The Psychiatric clinics of North America}, year={1999}, volume={22 2}, pages={331-49, ix} }