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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Lee Gutkind (Author). YA-A series of interviews with mentally ill teens, social workers, and psychiatrists combined with Gutkind's carefully written text highlights the feelings of helplessness and hopelessness that characterize childhood mental illness in the . Frustrations with the medical, governmental, and health-care bureaucracies; the ever-present social stigma; the financial system; and the overwhelming difficulties of dealing with the mentally ill.
Stuck in Time - Lee Gutkind. The Tragedy of Childhood Mental Illness. Fresh ebook deals, delivered daily. Love to read? Love great sales? Get fantastic deals on bestselling ebooks. Delivered to your inbox every day! Stuck in Time. This book is dedicated to Mrs. Duncan, who died recently after forty years of voluntary service. No one loved children, revered families, or spent herself more vehemently on their behalf.
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Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services Stuck in Time: The Tragedy of Childhood . Lee Gutkind adds credibility to his writing by detailing the complexity of each child's illness and needs, both from the family and mental health care provider's perspective.
By relating their stories, the author chronicles the rigidity, lack of common sense and lack of creativity in planning that occurs when delivering mental health.
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The Tragedy of Childhood Mental Ilness . Gutkind's interest in the mental-health system was triggered by the experiences of Daniel, a seriously troubled youth for whom he acted as a Big Brother and whom he watched being bounced from group home to mental hospital to family to the street.
the tragedy of childhood mental illness. 1st ed. by Lee Gutkind. Published 1993 by Henry Holt and Co. in New York. Case studies, Teenagers, Mental health services, Adolescent psychiatry, Mentally ill children, Protected DAISY, In library.