Motherhood, Mental Illness and Recovery : Stories of Hope
By: Benders-Hadi, Nikole.
Contributor(s): Barber, Mary E.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2014Description: 1 online resource (339 p.).ISBN: 9783319013183.Subject(s): Mentally ill | Rejection (Psychology) | Women -- Health and hygieneGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Motherhood, Mental Illness and Recovery : Stories of HopeDDC classification: 362.1082 | 616.8900852 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Foreword; Preface; References; Contents; Part I: Working With Mothers and Children; 1: Supporting Mothers Living with Mental Illnesses in Recovery; Introduction; Background; Recovery Is a Family Process for Mothers with Mental Illnesses; Psychiatric Rehabilitation; Recovery; The Value of an Ecological Model; The Family Recovery Model; Translating Family Recovery Principles into Practice with Mothers; Key Intervention Concepts; Family-Centered; Strengths Based; Family-Driven and Self-Determined; Recovery- and Resilience-Focused; Trauma Informed; Key Intervention Processes
Engagement and Relationship BuildingEmpowerment; Availability and Accessibility; Advocacy; Summary; References; 2: Modes of Experience and Understanding: Parenting Assessment for Mothers with Serious Mental Illness and Child Protective Se...; Theoretical Approach; The First Mode: The Referral; The Second Mode: Mothers; The Third Mode: The Children; The Fourth Mode: Others; The Assessment Process; References; 3: When Your Patient Has Children: How the Clinician Can Support Good Parenting; Introduction; The Child Perspective; The Parent Perspective; Child Psychiatrist Perspective
Adult Psychiatrist PerspectiveBaby/Child Care Plans; Support Groups; Summary; References; 4: Mothers Are Everywhere: Finding Stories of Motherhood in a State Psychiatric Hospital; Introduction; Prevalence; The Survey; Focus Groups; Treatment Planning; Conclusion; References; 5: Pregnancy and the Perinatal Period; The Baby Blues; Major Depression; Antepartum Depression; Postpartum Depression; Risks of Untreated Depression; Bipolar Disorder; Pregnancy Risks of Bipolar Disorder; Postpartum Psychosis; Schizophrenia and Pregnancy; Approaches to Treatment; Psychotherapy; Integrative Practices
ConclusionsGeneral Resources for Psychiatric Disorders in Pregnancy and the Perinatal Period; References; 6: Substance Use Disorders and Motherhood; Introduction; Patterns of Use and Risk Factors; Physiologic Effects of Use; Effects on Pregnancy; Effects of Motherhood on Substance Use; Effects of Substance Abuse on Parenting; Effects on Children of Addicted Mothers; Substance Abuse and the Child Welfare System; Substance Abuse and Child Placement; Treatment Services; Parenting Interventions in Substance Abuse Treatment; Conclusion; References; 7: Legal Issues Regarding Children; Introduction
History of the Treatment of Mothers in the Legal SystemCustody: Mothers Versus Fathers; The Meaning of ``Custody´´; Legal Standards for Determining Custody and Visitation Issues; Custody Evaluations; Research on the Effects of Mental Illness on Parenting; The Mother´s Approach to Court Proceedings; Situational Disorders; Involvement of a Treating Mental Health Professional in a Custody Case; False Allegations of Mental Illness and Undiagnosed Mental Illness; Legal Protection for Parents With Mental Disorders; Conclusion; References; Books and Articles; Cases; Statutes and Rules; Resources
8: LGBT Mothers
Despite the importance of regaining social roles during recovery from mental illness, the intersection between motherhood and serious mental illness is often overlooked. This book aims to rectify that neglect. A series of introductory chapters describing current research and services available to mothers with serious mental illness are followed by personal accounts of clients reflecting on their parenting experiences. One goal of the book is to provide clinicians with information that they can use to help patients struggling with questions and barriers in their attempts to parent. The inclusio
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