When Someone You Love Has A Mental Illness

When Someone You Love Has A Mental Illness

A Handbook for Family, Friends, and Caregivers

Book - 1992
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This indispensable book about love and mental health addresses the short-term, daily problems of living with a person with mental illness, as well as long-term planning and care. Of special note are the forty-three "Quick Reference Guides" about such topics as: responding to hallucinations, delusions, violence and anger; helping your loved one comply with treatment plans and medication; deciding if the person should live at home or in a facility; choosing a doctor and dealing with mental health professionals; handling the holidays and family activities; managing stress; helping siblings and adult children with their special concerns.

"Ms. Woolis produced a handbook which is both practical and accessible, eminently useful for all of us who have a family member with a serious mental illness." -E. Fuller Torrey, M.D., author of Surviving Schizophrenia

"Rebecca Woolis presents easy-to-follow practical guidelines for coping with the multitude of problems that regularly confront families. In minutes the reader can find helpful suggestions for dealing with any problem that might arise." -Christopher S. Amenson, Ph.D., Director, Pacific Clinics East
Publisher: New York : Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam, c1992
ISBN: 9780874776959
0874776953
Branch Call Number: 362.2 Woo 3558ad 1
Characteristics: xxiii, 232 p

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