The Psychological and Social Impact of Illness and Disability

Editor/Author Marini, Irmo and Stebnicki, Mark A.
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

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ISBN: 978-0-8261-6162-8
Category: Psychology
Image Count: 10
Book Status: Available
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It is substantially revised to reflect the growing disparity between the haves and the have-nots and incorporates social justice issues throughout the text.

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Table of Contents

  • Contributors
  • Foreword - David R. Strauser
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • PART I: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ILLNESS AND DISABILITY
  • 1. History of Treatment Toward Persons With Disabilities in America - Fox Danielle D. and Marini Irmo
  • 2. On the Origins of Negative Attitudes Toward People With Disabilities - Livneh Hanoch
  • 3. History of Treatment Toward Persons With Psychiatric Disabilities - Nguyen-Finn Kim
  • 4. Models of Disability: Implications for the Counseling Profession - Smart Julie F. and Smart David W.
  • 5. Changes in Attitudes Toward People With Handicaps - Wright Beatrice A.
  • PART II: THE PERSONAL IMPACT OF DISABILITY
  • 6. Psychological Adaptation to Chronic Illness and Disability: A Primer for Counselors - Livneh Hanoch and Antonak Richard F.
  • 7. Theories of Adjustment and Adaptation to Disability - Marini Irmo
  • 8. Psychosocial Disparities Faced by Women With Physical Disabilities - Nosek Margaret A.
  • 9. Beyond the Binary: Rethinking the Social Model of Disabled Sexuality - Rembis Michael A.
  • 10. Culture, Family, and Attitudes Toward Disability - Vang Chia, Cuevas Sergio, Sharma Manisha, and Rueda Breeze
  • 11. Quality of Life and Coping With Chronic Illness and Disability: A Temporal Perspective - Livneh Hanoch
  • PART III: FAMILY ISSUES IN ILLNESS AND DISABILITY
  • 12. Family Adaptation Across Cultures Toward a Loved One Who Is Disabled - Graf Noreen M.
  • 13. Giving Parents a Voice: A Qualitative Study of the Challenges Experienced by Parents of Children With Disabilities - Aaron Resch J., Mireles Gerardo, Benz Michael R., Grenwelge Cheryl, Peterson Rick, and Zhang Dalun
  • 14. Psychosocial Counseling Aspects of Grief, Death, and Dying - Stebnicki Mark A.
  • 15. Family Caregiving - Marini Irmo and Millington Michael J.
  • 16. Counseling in the Context of Family Identity - Millington Michael J. and Madden Rosamond H.
  • PART IV: INTERVENTIONS AND RESOURCES
  • 17. Treatment for Substance Use Disorders - Goodwin Lloyd R. Jr.
  • 18. Working With Trauma-Related Mental Health Problems Among Combat Veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq Conflicts - Cooper Lindsey N., Holliday Ryan P., Holder Nicholas D., Jackson Jamylah, North Carol S., and Surís Alina M.
  • 19. Users of Assistive Technology: The Human Component - Brodwin Martin G., Siu Frances W., and Cardoso Elizabeth
  • 20. Religion and Disability: Clinical, Research, and Training Considerations for Rehabilitation Professionals - Johnstone Brick, Glass Bret A., and Oliver Richard E.
  • 21. Rehabilitation Professionals and Abuse of Women Consumers - Brodwin Martin G. and Siu Frances W.
  • PART V: NEW DIRECTIONS: ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES
  • 22. Application of Well-Being Therapy to People With Disability and Chronic Illness - Nierenberg Barry, Mayersohn Gillian, Serpa Sophia, Holovatyk Alexia, Smith Evan, and Cooper Sarah
  • 23. Classifying Functioning, Disability, and Health: The ICF - Peterson David B.
  • 24. From Empathy Fatigue to Empathy Resiliency - Stebnicki Mark A.
  • 25. Obesity as a Disability: Medical, Psychosocial, and Vocational Implications - Romero Maria G. and Marini Irmo
  • 26. Immigrants, Refugees, and Asylum Seekers: The Psychosocial Cost of War on Civilians - Stebnicki Mark A.
  • 27. Key Concepts and Techniques for an Aging Workforce - Bruyère Susanne M., Harley Debra A., Kampfe Charlene M., VanLooy Sara, and Wadsworth John S.
  • 28. Risk and Resilience in Military Families Experiencing Deployment: The Role of the Family Attachment Network - Riggs Shelley A. and Riggs David S.
  • 29. Social Justice, Oppression, and Disability: Counseling Those Most in Need - Marini Irmo
  • 30. Reflections and Considerations - Marini Irmo and Stebnicki Mark A.
  • APPENDIX A: PERSPECTIVE EXERCISES
  • Perspective Exercise 1
  • Common Pain, Mutual Support
  • Perspective Exercise 2
  • Who Needs This Kind of Help?
  • Perspective Exercise 3
  • Is the Person With a Disability More Important Than the Family?
  • Perspective Exercise 4
  • Enough Is Enough
  • Perspective Exercise 5
  • Fragile: Handle With Care
  • Perspective Exercise 6
  • I Am in Love With a Stranger
  • APPENDIX B: PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES
  • Chris and His Mother: Hope and Home - Moy Chris
  • Karen—My Daughter Forever - Stacey Linda
  • Living in Spite of Multiple Sclerosis - Appel Tosca
  • Surviving Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A Daughter's Perspective - Teplow Judy
  • My Life With a Disability: Continued Opportunities - Egan Paul
  • Experiencing Sexuality as an Adolescent With Rheumatoid Arthritis - Neumann Robert J.
  • My Life With Muscular Dystrophy: Lessons and Opportunities - Winske Robert P.
  • Life Lessons Taught to Me by My Disability - DeGraff Alfred H.