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Researching sociologists, psychologists, and interested members of society are often captivated by the social sciences. For anyone intrigued by the habits of human beings, the effects of culture, and our societies’ history and evolution, the best social science audiobooks offer it all. To better understand the world we live in, take your pick from these influential listens.

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Facing the Unseen: The Struggle to Center Mental Health in Medicine
Facing the Unseen: The Struggle to Center Mental Health in Medicine
Facing the Unseen: The Struggle to Center Mental Health in Medicine
Facing the Unseen: The Struggle to Center Mental Health in Medicine
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Facing the Unseen: The Struggle to Center Mental Health in Medicine

byDamon Tweedy, M.D.

This program is read by the author. From the New York Times bestselling author of Black Man in a White Coat comes a powerful and urgent call to center psychiatry and mental health care into the mainstream of medicine As much as we all might wish that mental health problems, with their elusive causes and unsettling behaviors, simply did not exist, millions of people suffer from them, sometimes to an extreme extent. Many others face addiction to alcohol and other drugs, as overdose and suicide deaths abound. Yet the vast majority of doctors receive minimal instruction in treating these conditions during their lengthy medical training. This mismatch ignores the clear overlap between physical and mental distress, and too-often puts psychiatrists on the outside looking in as the medical system continues to fail many patients. In Facing The Unseen, bestselling author, professor of psychiatry, and practicing physician Damon Tweedy guides us through his days working in outpatient clinics, emergency rooms, and hospitals as he meets people from all walks of life who are grappling with physical and psychological illnesses. In powerful, compassionate, and eloquent prose, Tweedy argues for a more comprehensive and integrated approach where people with mental illness have a health care system that places their full well-being front and center. A Macmillan Audio production from St. Martin’s Press.

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