The Stahl's Illustrated books are a series of pocket-sized, mid-priced, themed volumes. They distil theoretical information from the Stahl's Essential Psychopharmacology volume and combine this with practical data from The Prescriber's Guide. They are illustration heavy and designed to encourage speedy learning of both concepts and applications. The visual learner will find that these books make the concepts easier to master, and the non-visual learner will appreciate the clear, shortened text on complex psychopharmacological concepts. This volume covers the latest developments in our understanding of post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety. As well as covering the full range of management options, there is a specific focus on the implications for military populations. The Stahl's Illustrated series appeals to the widest possible audience of mental health professionals, and not just those with expertise in psychopharmacology. Stephen M. Stahl, University of California, San Diego Meghan M. Grady Features • High profile name in psychopharmacology • New series of highly illustrated atlases that are easily carried; each book addresses a specific topic in psychopharmacology • Supplemented with complementary tables and algorithms that provide clinical strategies as well as educational objectives and questions for the reader Table of Contents 1. Neurobiology of stress and anxiety 2. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) 3. Neurotransmitter systems as pharmacological targets for PTSD 4. First-line medications for PTSD 5. Second-line, adjunct, and investigational medications for PTSD 6. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for PTSD 7. Caring for patients with PTSD 8. Unique considerations for the military population Summary.