Taming the Dragon
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Taming the Dragon

Managing Mental Illness
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ISBN-13:
9781452590028
Erscheinungsdatum:
03.02.2014
Seiten:
416
Autor:
Shana Wibberley Clark
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This is a book unlike any other because the author has been a psychiatrist and a mental patient and writes candidly about both experiences. Chapters include How to Talk so your Provider will Listen and How to Make a Geographic Move without Running Out of your Medication(s).Dr. Clark discusses the fine points of how to cope when you have only a 10-minute visit and you have medication side effects to complain about and a form your provider must fill out. There is also a chapter on how to save money.Psychiatric patients and their families will all benefit from this book, whether they are newly diagnosed, wrestling with recovery, or contemplating a transcontinental move. There is also a chapter specifically written for families about how to talk with a mentally ill family member. The book is full of stories about what happened to others, as well as stories from Dr. Clarks own life as a patient.

This is a book unlike any other because the author has been a psychiatrist and a mental patient and writes candidly about both experiences. Chapters include How to Talk so your Provider will Listen and How to Make a Geographic Move without Running Out of your Medication(s).Dr. Clark discusses the fine points of how to cope when you have only a 10-minute visit and you have medication side effects to complain about and a form your provider must fill out. There is also a chapter on how to save money.


Psychiatric patients and their families will all benefit from this book, whether they are newly diagnosed, wrestling with recovery, or contemplating a transcontinental move. There is also a chapter specifically written for families about how to talk with a mentally ill family member. The book is full of stories about what happened to others, as well as stories from Dr. Clarks own life as a patient.