For decades antidepressants have been the unquestionable established treatment of depression, but it appears that there is little evidence that antidepressants create anything more than a placebo effect in cases of mild and moderate depression. Antidepressants and the Placebo Effect: The Emperor’s New Drugs by Irving Kirsch, Ph.D.
Since there are currently no medical tests using definitive criteria for mental disorders, many psychiatric claims became a subject of controversy. ADHD diagnosis is one of them.
An interview with Marina Tonkonogy, LMFT about ways to avoid getting abused in psychotherapy (by Jaleh Weber, Yahoo! Contributor Network)