Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their Families / Edition 2

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Overview

It is indisputable that mental illness in a parent has serious and often adverse effects on the child, a fact which is surprisingly unreflected in clinical service provision. An international, multidisciplinary team of professionals reviews the most up-to-date treatment interventions from a practical, clinical point of view in this completely rewritten new edition, It will be essential reading for all professionals dealing with adult mental illness and child-care. First Edition Hb (1996): 0-521-45259-7 First Edition Pb (1996): 0-521-45892-7
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Editorial Reviews

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"The authors are masterful in their use of literary examples...This book is an excellent example of international teamwork. It is a job well-done as it stimulates the reader to think developmentally. It will be the harbinger for future research in this field."
Huma Pandit, Doody's Notes

"A unique and innovative approach to family issues in psychiatric disorders."
Carol Nadelson, Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

"It is a very valuable tool for all those involved in the care of the psychiatric patients and their children who "are looking to mental health professionals to acknowledge their priorities and predicaments."
Infant and Child Development, Clara Lew, Cambridge Society for Psychotherapy

"...an excellent resource for individual practitioners who need to be mindful of other generations within the emotional sphere of their patients, for training programs that need to enhance their public health reach across generations, and community health administrators trying to minimize the proliferation of psychopathology from one generation to the next."
American Journal of Psychiatry

"The book is valuable for all professions that deal with parents who suffer from mental disorders...Altogether, this book covers a wide range of relevant topics compiled from a multidisciplinary team of 32 authors and publishers from various countries."
Bernd Roehrle, Journal of Psychosomatic Research

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Huma Pandit, MD (Rush University Medical Center)
Description: This second edition, written by various national and international authors, provides a thorough and in-depth description of parental psychiatric disorders. It also makes a giant leap by talking about the paradigm shift towards a family context perspective and rethinking about the conventional treatment approaches.
Purpose: The purpose of the book is to enlighten mental health professionals about thinking of the family and not just the patient. The authors are masterful in their use of literary examples to illustrate this point.
Audience: This is an excellent book for anyone interested in the developmental perspective, i.e. mental health workers, psychiatrists, pediatricians, social workers, nurses and trainees in child and adolescent psychiatry.
Features: This book is divided into six sections, beautifully written and easy to read. Part I is focused on parenthood, attachment in the context of parental mental disorder and also the role of adult psychiatrists in identifying it. Part II is a superb guide to do a thorough assessment and planning. Part III talks about specific disorders through well-illustrated examples which make it easy to understand. Part IV focuses on specific needs ranging from medications to social work needs. It also discusses the involvement of law and gives an excellent international perspective about it. Part V talks about the child's perspective and their understanding of the parental illness and also how to deal with it. Part VI raises interesting and thoughtful questions about our existing resources and also explores the other possibilities that haven't been tapped yet.
Assessment: This book is an excellent example of international teamwork. It brings home the message about how our current approach towards mental illness needs to change. It also clearly voices the limitations of our existing system. It is very empathically written and makes one think about the developmental perspective, which is often ignored. It is well-edited and all chapters have enough information without being too lengthy. It is a job well-done as it stimulates the reader to think developmentally. It will be the harbinger for future research in this field.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780521534970
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 5/28/2004
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 424
  • Product dimensions: 6.85 (w) x 9.72 (h) x 0.87 (d)

Meet the Author

Date of Birth 15 November 1947.

Date of Birth 24 March 1935.

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Table of Contents

Foreword Graham Thornicroft; Part I. Basic Issues: 1. What we want from adult psychiatrists and their colleagues: 'telling it like it is' Sandra Bilsborrow; 2. Parenthood and mental illness Mary V. Seeman and Michael Göpfert; 3. Parental psychiatric disorder and the developing child Alyson Hall; 4. Parental psychiatric disorder and the attachment relationship Jonathan Hill; 5. The construction of parenting and its context Michael Göpfert, Jeni Webster and Julia Nelki; Part II. Comprehensive Assessment and Treatment: 6. 'The same as they treat everybody else' Vicki Cowling; 7. Assessment Michael Göpfert, Jeni Webster and Julia Nelki; 8. Clinical assessment and treatment of parenting problems in mothers with major psychiatric disorders Theresa Jacobsen; 9. Perinatal mental illness: clinical and service issues Gertrude Seneviratne and Sue Conroy; 10. Assessment and treatment issues when parents have personality disorders Eia Asen and Heiner Schuff; Part III. Specific Disorders: the Impact on Parent–Child Relationships: 11. Schizophrenia and motherhood Mary V. Seeman; 12. When a parent suffers from an affective disorder: effect on the child Christine Puckering; 13. Alcohol and drug problems in parents: an overview of the impact on children and implications for practice Richard Velleman; 14. When mothers use drugs Sydney L. Hans; 15. Personality disorders in parents: developmental perspectives, formulation and intervention Gwen Adshead, Adrian Falkov and Michael Göpfert; Part IV. Specific Treatments and Service Needs: 16. Psychopharmacology and motherhood Mary V. Seeman and Neil Seeman; 17. Social work issues David Clodman; 18. Legal issues Colby C. Brunt; 19. Legal frameworks and issues – some international comparisons Amy Weir; Part V. Child-Sensitive Therapeutic Interventions: 20. The child grown up Denise Roberts; 21. Talking with children and their understanding of mental illness Alan Cooklin; 22. Family therapy when a parent suffers from a psychiatric disorder Alan Cooklin and Gorell Barnes; Part VI. Models for Collaborative Services and Staff Training: 23. Keeping the family in mind: setting a local agenda for change Clare Mahoney; 24. Are our services for families with a mentally ill parent adequate? Duncan McLean, Jennifer Hearle and John McGrath; 25. Models of service provision in three countries Vicky Cowling et al.; 26. Overcoming obstacles to interagency support: learning from Europe Karen Blaistow and Rachael Hetherington; 27. Training Adrian Falkov; Afterword John Cox; Index.
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