The rest of the book is stronger, although it is still only an overview. A chapter on transference and countertransference discusses the fact that, for better or worse, no one is neutral—not the doctor, the patient, the office, the insurance, the pills, or the family. Since any honest practitioner will admit failure in at least some instances, this chapter can be helpful to practitioners attempting to sort out the reasons and deal with them. The next chapter discusses "split treatment" or collaboration between the "pharmacologist" and another therapist or medical physician. The advice is generally practical and sound, and following it could improve treatment and prevent annoying or dangerous situations.