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The shared experience of illness : stories of patients, families, and their therapists

Author: Susan H McDaniel; Jeri Hepworth; William J Doherty
Publisher: New York : BasicBooks, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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This volume shows the powerful benefits that can emerge when therapists acknowledge illness as a vital part of everyone's psychology. Susan H. McDaniel, Jeri Hepworth, and William J. Doherty invited therapists who work with individuals and families experiencing chronic illness and disability to describe clinical cases that illustrate their approach to medical family therapy. Contributors then were asked to share a  Read more...
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Shared experience of illness.
New York : BasicBooks, 1997
(OCoLC)644080942
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan H McDaniel; Jeri Hepworth; William J Doherty
ISBN: 0465097375 9780465097371
OCLC Number: 36225560
Description: xii, 378 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The Shared Emotional Themes of Illness (Susan H. McDaniel, Jeri Hepworth, and William J. Doherty); Illness In Children And Adolescents; Whispers of Illness: Secrecy Versus Trust (Judith Landau); A Birth Gone Awry (Jo Ellen Patterson); Working Together to Get Control: Treating Encopresis (Alan D. Lorenz); The Child in the Therapist and the Old Man in the Child: Psychosomatic Symptoms and Children (David V. Keith); So That They Dont Need Me Anymore: Weaving Migration, Illness, and Coping (Celia Jaes Falicov); The Girl Who Went on Strike: A Case of Childhood Diabetes (Felise B. Levine); Two Families, Two Stories: Courage and Chronic Illness (Kathy Cole-Kelly); A Double Life: Adolescent Trauma (Barry J. Jacobs); Illness In Young Adulthood; Controlled Bleeding: Counseling Hemophiliacs (David M. Rosenthal); Infertility: A Couple and a Therapist Consider the Meaning of Children (Mimi Meyers); Mothering Without a Mother: Pregnancy Loss (Barbara A. Gawinski); Facing Yourself in Your Work: A Young Man with Head and Neck Cancer (William N. Friedrich); Coming to Peace: Dialogues on Survival, Suffering, and Death (Melissa Elliott Griffith and James L. Griffith); A Journey with Hope, Fear, and Loss: Young Couples and Cancer (John S. Rolland); The Family Left Out and the Family Included: Two Outcomes for Schizophrenia (Lyman C. Wynne); The Two-Way Mirror in My Therapy Room: AIDS and Families (Jeri Hepworth); Do You Need to Know? Genetic Testing for Huntingtons Disease (Susan K. Sobel); Multiple Illnesses, Repeating Nightmares (John Byng-Hall); Illness In Middle Adulthood; Can Anyone Help Me? The Story of a Woman with Breast Cancer (Karen Weihs); The Denial of Death: A Case of Stomach Cancer (David B. Seaburn); The Feminization of a Medical Marriage: Collaborative Opportunities in Cardiac Rehabilitation (Wayne M. Sotile); Mothers Arent Supposed to Get Sick: A Case of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (Nancy Breen Ruddy); When It Never Stops Hurting: A Case of Chronic Pain (Sylvia Shellenberger and Gregory L. Phelps); On Not Taking Illness Too Seriously: Aging with Diabetes (Donald S. Williamson); Turning Powerlessness into Opportunity: A Case of Bipolar Affective Disorder (Mic
Responsibility: edited by Susan H. McDaniel, Jeri Hepworth, and William J. Doherty.
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