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Do I Need Medication?
Mental health problems can be a complicated mixture of genetics, life experiences, and biology. Many people will do well with counseling or with the self-help programs in TAO. However, for some people, medications can be a great help. You may have many worries about medications and concerns about whether they would be appropriate in your situation. The resources below may be helpful for you.
(The following resources are not created, maintained, or controlled by BYU-Idaho and are intended to serve as an educational resource. BYU-Idaho does not endorse any content that is not in keeping with university policy or doctrines and teaching of the Church.)
- Dr. Andy Bradbury has created a free download booklet, “Loving Your Superpowers” to help patients
understand medication use.
- Facebook page, "Loving Your Superpowers", with some resources from the booklet.