DSM-5’s Stance On Grief Has Experts Speaking Out
The American Psychiatric Association’s DSM-5 will be finalized by the end of this month, but there are still some details of it that experts have challenged. The decision to consider grief as the same thing as clinical depression is one that has met major opposition.
Many experts have already spoken out against this decision, which they say would likely help only the drug companies. Allen Frances makes, perhaps, the best argument possible in his article for Huffington Post.