100 Questions & Answers About Schizophrenia: Painful Minds: Painful Minds
Approximately one percent of the population develops schizophrenia during their life-time. This chronic, severe mental illness can be devastating for patients and their family and friends. Whether you're a newly diagnosed patient with schizophrenia, or a friend or relative of someone suffering from this mental illness, this book offers help. Completely revised and updated, 100 Questions & Answers About Schizophrenia: Painful Minds, Second Edition gives you authoritative, practical answers to your questions about treatment options, sources of support, and much more. Written by an expert on the subject, and including a foreword by parents of a person with schizophrenia, this book is an invaluable resource for anyone coping with the physical and emotional turmoil of schizophrenia.
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Treatment When Where by Whom and with What?
The Consideration of Nongenetic Risk Factors
The Genetic Risk
The Biology Underlying Schizophrenia Current Research Findings
Substance Abuse and Schizophrenia
Violence and Aggression in Schizophrenia
Suicidal Behavior and Schizophrenia
Issues for Women
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