Yes, very well put. That's my concern about medicating - i.e. pathologising behaviour that would not generally be considered abnormal. It allows the client (and therapist!) to opt out and relegate some issues to the 'too hard' basket. Therapists 'fixing' clients problems with medication just 'because we can' is something of a 'slippery slope', and, however tempting at times, one to be avoided I think.
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