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Author Kawanishi, Yuko, 1957-

Title Families coping with mental illness : stories from the US and Japan / Yuko Kawanishi.

Publication Info. New York : Routledge, 2006.


Location Call No. Status
 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Standard Shelving Location  362.2 K22F    Check Shelf
Description xix, 230 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 219-221) and index.
Contents Mental Illness in the Family: What Does It Mean? -- The First Signs of Mental Illness: How They Came and How They Stayed -- Early Impressions -- Family Responses and Family Feelings -- What Happens to the Family System? -- Intrafamily Interactions: The marital and Parent-Child Relationships -- Other Dimensions of Family Interactions -- Learning to Understand the New Reality of Illness -- Why did the Illness Strike?: Families Search for Meaning -- Better Understanding of Chronic Mental Illness:Accepting Reality -- Living with Mental Illness: Sources of Strength -- Becoming Active Agents -- Mental Coping -- How Can They Go on?
Subject Mentally ill -- Family relationships -- United States -- Case studies.
Mentally ill -- Japan -- Family relationships -- Case studies.
Families of the mentally ill -- United States -- Case studies.
Families of the mentally ill -- Japan -- Case studies.
Family Relations -- Japan.
Family Relations -- United States.
Mental Disorders -- Japan.
Mental Disorders -- United States.
Cross-Cultural Comparison -- Japan.
Cross-Cultural Comparison -- United States.
Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice -- Japan.
Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice -- United States.
Mentally Ill Persons -- Japan.
Mentally Ill Persons -- United States.
ISBN 0415952018 hardbound
9780415952019 hardbound
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