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Overcoming Barriers Faced by African-American Families with a Family Member with Mental Illness
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A qualitative research design combined with a quantitative analytic technique, concept mapping, was used to examine and address barriers to African-American families' involvement in the treatment of their family members with mental illness. Focus groups were formed with lay and professional informants. The focus groups recommended a variety of strategies for improving caregiver supports and increasing the involvement of caregivers in the treatment process. The implications of these findings for mental health professionals are discussed. (Authors)
Journal
1997
Family Relations
46
2
163-178
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