I have nearly finished reading 'They can't find anything wrong!' by David D. Clarke. It strikes me that where Sarno approaches Anxiety and Depression as symptoms of brewing, suppressed emotions, just like physical symptoms, Clarke treats them as causes for symptoms. Although I see a lot of overlap between this book and Sarno's , this seems to be a fundamental difference between the two. Also I can't remember Sarno propagating the use of anti-depressants or anti-anxiety medication (?), where Clarke has no difficulty in prescribing any. I think it is pretty impossible to prove which causation is true. Anxiety and depression could be the result of upcoming suppressed emotions, but you can also say that it is the other way round. Any thoughts?