By David H. Barlow, V. Mark Durand
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But remember, by itself this criterion does not define abnormal behavior. It is often quite normal to be distressed—for example, if someone close to you dies. The human condition is such that suffering and distress are very much part of life. This is not likely to change. Furthermore, for some disorders, by definition, suffering and distress are absent. Consider the person who feels extremely elated and may act impulsively as part of a manic episode. As you will see in Chapter 7, one of the major difficulties with this problem is that some people enjoy the manic state so much they are reluctant to begin treatment or stay long in treatment.
And specialize in the care and treatment of patients with psychological disorders, usually in hospitals as part of a treatment team. Finally, marriage and family therapists and mental health counselors typically spend 1–2 years earning a master’s degree and are employed to provide clinical services by hospitals or clinics, usually under the supervision of a doctoral-level clinician. Abnormal Behavior in Historical C ont e xt Copyright 201 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part.
Abnormal Psychology: An Integrative Approach (7th Edition) by David H. Barlow, V. Mark Durand