Hannah Carlson, M.Ed., LPC,past Director of Developmental Disabilitiesat the Kennedy Center for the Mentally Disabled, is now Behavioral Health Specialist for the State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health & Addictions Services. She is the author of The Courage to Lead: Mental Illnesses & Addictions, Start a Support Group. She is former Senior Therapist at Rusk Institute, New York University, has lectured and taught in her field of the developmentally and traumatically disabled. Carlson is published in the international journals Brain Injury and in the Journal of Applied Rehavilitation Counseling.
Living with Disabilities: Basic Manuals for Friends of the Disabledby Dale Bick Carlson, Richard Ambrose Kinrade
LIVING WITH DISABILITIES. Practical guide to feelings, behavior patterns, medeical facts, technology, and resources for people who care about people with disabilities: people who are visually impaired, hearing-impaired, in wheelchairs, have mental illness, delayed developmental and mental problems, learning disabilities.
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