Unified Alternative Therapies: A Seven Actions Program categorizes alternative therapies into different types and advocates actions to achieve each; it is a free community service. Unified Alternative Therapies considers mental distress to be a social welfare problem of painful emotional suffering from distressful experiences (or "anti-social" reactions to the suffering) rather than a "mental disorder" (a medical problem). However, it is not necessary to understand mental distress as a social welfare problem to appreciate the value of unifying alternatives to drug therapy into a single program. Since this multi-faceted therapy program promotes all categories of alternatives, it is more effective than any single type of alternative therapy program.
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