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About the Author
Joan D. Atwood is the director and founder of Marriage and Family Therapists of New York and Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at Hofstra University.
Concetta Gallo is an associate in the Office of Higher Education at the New York State Education Department in New York City.
Table of Contents
Introduction1 The Stories of Chronic Illness: Narrative Roles and Family Therapy -Concetta Gallo2 Chronic Illness and the Family Meaning System Joan D. Atwood and Estelle Weinstein3 Chronic Illness, Disability, Secondary Conditions, and the Culturally Diverse Family -Daniel W. Wong and Lucy Wong Hernandez4 The Changing American Family: The View from Social Texts -E. Doyle McCarthy and Sandra Farganis5 A Social Constructionist Approach to Therapy with Couples with a Chronic Illness -Joan D. Atwood and Laura Jean Dreher6 Chronic Illness: An Inquiry into Understanding Irritable Bowel Syndrome from a Place of Uncertainty -Mary E. Canzoneri7 A Family Case Study on Mindfulness-Based Family Therapy for Chronic Co-Occurring Disorders: Chronic Stress, Chronic Anxiety, and Chronic Pain -Anthony R. Quintiliani8 Family Therapy for Adult Children Caregivers and Their Families -Corinne Kyriacou9 The Chronically Ill and End-of-Life Care -Jayne GassmanAuthors' AffiliationsIndex