Peter D. Kramer on depression, antidepressants, and psychotherapy – Full interview | VIEWPOINT

What is depression, how is it diagnosed, and how is it treated? How effective are the treatments doctors use to treat depression? Peter D. Kramer, psychiatrist and author of “Ordinarily Well”, discusses his research and his book with Sally Satel, AEI Resident Scholar.

Peter Kramer is a psychiatrist and author of “Ordinarily Well”:

Sally Satel is a psychiatrist and Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute:

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