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I am not sick, I don't need help! : how to help someone with mental illness accept treatment

Author: Xavier Francisco Amador
Publisher: Peconic, N.Y. : Vida Press, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"If you are reading [this], it is probably because you have a loved one or are treating a patient with serious mental illness who is in denial and, most likely, is not taking the medication he needs to prevent a flare-up of the condition and to recover."-Introduction.
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Genre/Form: Popular works
Ouvrages de vulgarisation
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Xavier Francisco Amador
ISBN: 0967718929 9780967718927
OCLC Number: 70576334
Description: xx, 168 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: pt. I. The truth about denial of illness --
1. A common problem --
2. Staying in the game --
3. The root of the problem: anosognosia --
pt. II. How to help --
4. The right and wrong approach --
5. Learning to LEAP --
6. Listen --
7. Empathize --
8. Agree --
9. Partner --
pt. III. What should happen next --
10. Treatment --
11. When to force treatment --
12. How to do it --
13. Dealing with the betrayal --
14. The surprise.
Responsibility: Xavier Amador.

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"If you are reading [this], it is probably because you have a loved one or are treating a patient with serious mental illness who is in denial and, most likely, is not taking the medication he needs to prevent a flare-up of the condition and to recover."-Introduction.

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