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Get the ebook versions of Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis and Psych Meds Made Simple together for a special bundle price.


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In this e-book bundle, you’ll get Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis and Psych Meds Made Simple together for a discounted price, only on the Mental Health @ Home Store.  Visit the book pages for details on each of the books and info on where to get the paperback version.

The downloads are available in both epub and mobi (Kindle) format.

To buy the books individually, visit their MH@H Store pages for Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis and Psych Meds Made Simple.

Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis

Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis aims to cut through the misinformation, stigma, and assumptions that surround mental illness and give a clear picture of what mental illness really is.

The book pairs diagnostic criteria and descriptions for a variety of mental illnesses in the DSM-5 with nineteen first-hand narrative accounts of what it’s like to live with those conditions.  The book is also infused with the author’s own experience as a mental health nurse and person living with depression.

With the fusion of diagnostic information, clinical experience, and lived experience, this book offers a unique, well-rounded perspective on the reality of mental illness.

Psych Meds Made Simple

People living with mental illness are often left out of the loop when it comes to understanding how exactly medications work. This book will explain pharmacology in a simplified way to help you understand the effects, both positive and negative, of psych meds, and why these effects occur. It’s everything you didn’t realize you wanted to know about medications!

The book begins with the essentials of pharmacology and moves on to cover all the major classes of psychiatric medications. You’ll learn why one medication in a particular class might be a better fit for you than another. Are you having weight gain from your medication? You’ll find out why, and what other medications might be less likely to have the same side effect.

I’ve pulled together what I’ve learned in my training as a nurse and (former) pharmacist and years of clinical experience, added in my personal perspective from having taken many of these medications, and distilled it down to the essential elements you need to know to take charge of your own health and illness.

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