The psychological impact of medications
Clinical pharmacopsychology consists of the application of clinical psychology to the full understanding of
pharmacological effects. Clinical pharmacopsychology encompasses clinical benefits of psychotropic drugs as well as vulnerabilities induced by treatment (side effects, behavioral toxicity, iatrogenic comorbidity) and the interactions between drug treatment and psychological variables such as quality of life and psychological well-being. To know more about clinical pharmacopsychology read the full article on Psychotherapy and Psychosomatic.