Wednesday, 18 January 2012

On scapegoating a part of the problem

I found this article by David Zigmond today:
Adjustment or change? 
Radical issues in psychiatry


"The concept of illness may very often be seen as a way of 'scapegoating' a part of a problem so that the presenting patient is labelled, treated and despatched, leaving the forces acting on him unexamined or unchallenged."

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