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[R.A.R] I Am Not Sick, I Don't Need Help! How to Help Someone with Mental Illness

Accept Treatment. 10th Anniversary Edition. ( ReaD )


[R.A.R] I Am Not Sick, I Don't Need Help! How to Help Someone with Mental Illness Accept

Treatment. 10th Anniversary Edition. ( ReaD )

[R.A.R] I Am Not Sick,

I Don't Need Help!

How to Help Someone

with Mental Illness

Accept Treatment.

10th Anniversary

Edition. ( ReaD )

Description

I strongly recommend this book for [both] families and therapists. - Aaron T. Beck, M.D., Professor

of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania --University of PennsylvaniaI know of no other book even

in the same league. - Gerry Spence, Author of the NY Times Best-Seller How to Argue and Win

Every Time --Trial Lawyers CollegeThis is a wonderful book bringing together the personal

experiences of a psychologist [who had a brother with schizophrenia]. Dr. Amador s research and

clinical experience makes this book a rich source of information and practical advice. It is one of

the salutary characteristics of our culture that people who experience pain convert that pain into

something productive. People who are victimized by, stressed by, and dismayed by serious mental

illness will find this book enormously helpful. It contains information about new research and

concrete advice that will be of enormous help to both the families of the seriously mentally ill and

to the mental health professionals who care for them. - HERBERT PARDES, M.D., President, New

York-Presbyterian --The University Hospital of Columbia Read more Dr. Amador is an

internationally sought-after speaker, clinical psychologist, professor at Columbia University

Teachers College in New York City, the Founder and Director of the LEAPTM Institute and author

of eight books including the national best seller I m Not Sick, I Don t Need Help!TM Dr. Amador s

expertise has made him a regular contributor to the Today Show and a featured guest on ABC

Good Morning America, Prime Time Live, CBS This Morning, NBC Nightly News, 60 Minutes,

CNN, Dateline, ABC s World News Tonight, Fox News, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA

Today and many others. Dr. Amador has been a consultant to numerous companies and

government agencies including the National Institute of Health. His forensic cases include the

Unabomber, PFC Lynndie England, Elizabeth Smart Kidnapping, and Zacarias Moussaoui trials.

Dr. Amador has over 25 years experience working with adults, families, and couples. He lives in

New York. Previously, Dr. Amador was a professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia

University, College of Physicians & Surgeons; on the Board of Directors of the National Alliance for

the Mentally Ill (NAMI); Director of Research at NAMI; and the Director of Psychology at the New

York State Psychiatric Institute. In addition to his books Dr. Amador has published over 100 peerreviewed

scientific papers, and many other publications that have been translated into more than

20 languages. Dr. Amador was co-chair of the last text revision of the Schizophrenia and related

disorders section of the DSM IV-TR (often referred to as the Psychiatrists Bible ). Read more

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