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The first text to systematically examine the psychological and social aspects of psychiatric disability—this collection of articles by researchers, professionals, consumers, and family members bridges scholarly research, professional knowledge and practice, and the human experience of people who live with mental illness.

For students in rehabilitation, psychiatry, clinical psychology, psychiatric nursing, social work, occupational therapy, or any of the helping professions, Psychological and Social Aspects of Psychiatric Disability provides a solid foundation for understanding the human experience of mental illness—the impact that both the illness and the helping systems can have on an individual, as well as the impact that society in general can have on a person struggling to recover from mental illness. (Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation)
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1997
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