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Understanding Women's Recovery From Illness and Trauma
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Understanding Women's Recovery From Illness and Trauma

  • Margaret H. Kearney - University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA, Boston College, USA, University of Rochester, USA


August 1999 | 200 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The author of this volume draws on real life experiences to present a practical guide to the `why' and `how' of human responses to illness. Margaret Kearney provides practical help to counsellors who may not have been exposed to many aspects of women's experiences of illness; draws extensively from the research literature and her own nursing experience to identify the common ground of women who have moved through the difficulties of illness to satisfactory outcomes.
 
Why Listen to Women
The Social and Political Context of Women's Health and Illness

 
 
Reckoning and Reconciling
A Map of Women's Illness and Recovery

 
 
Cancer and Heart Disease
Responding to a Tragic Diagnosis

 
 
Learning to Live with It
Integrating Self and Chronic Illness

 
 
Pain, Immobility and Stigma
Illness Burdens

 
 
Family Violence
Recovering from Trauma Past and Present

 
 
Eating Disorders and Addiction
Changing Deeply Rooted Patterns

 
 
Supporting Women Toward Health
Future Directions

 

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