Psychiatry in Primary Care: A Concise Canadian Pocket Guide is a comprehensive, practical resource designed to support the work of primary care providers who encounter challenging mental health problems in their daily practices. Following a "just the pearls" approach, Psychiatry in Primary Care provides realistic, clinically-tested guidance on detecting and managing mental health problems within the primary care context. Topics covered range from depression, anxiety and personality disorders to psychotherapy in primary care and managing mental health-related disability and insurance claims. Designed for quick access, the guide features useful tools, established diagnostic criteria, useful approaches and alternatives to pharmacotherapies and other resources. Edited by David Goldbloom and Jon Davine, Psychiatry in Primary Care features leading contributors from across Canada.