The final section addresses a variety of different topics, including posttraumatic substance abuse, polysubstance abuse, dissociative disorders, eating disorders, psychopharmacology in pregnancy, and general psychopharmacology of women. "Sex Differences in Substance Use Disorders" is another extremely useful chapter. It offers a concise summary of the most commonly abused substances by women, including alcohol, cocaine, opioids, marijuana, and tobacco, in the context of course, biology, effects during pregnancy, psychiatric comorbidity, and treatment outcomes. Alternatively, the chapter on eating disorders is an extremely focused discussion of current research on disordered serotonin and satiety and the implications that this may hold for treating eating disorders. The remaining two chapters reiterate much of the information given in the treatment discussions of individual disorders, but in a condensed format.