Submitted by: Robin Halpern, LCSW–R, DCSW
Given the historical difficulty of finding the right medication to help with depression, this article discusses a useful tool
in aiding psychopharmacologists with what has been primarily a process of 'trial and error'. It's hopeful that future prescriptions
for anti-depressant medication will be tailor-made to an individual's genetic make-up, thus making the treatment process more expedient.