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When Your Child Doesn't Believe She Is Ill

Do you find yourself campaigning to convince your mentally ill adult child that he is, in fact, ill? You may be wasting your time and energy. Learn the most constructive (and destructive) approaches to parenting your severely mentally ill adult child and combating his lack of insight. Read More

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Joel Young, M.D., who teaches psychiatry at Wayne State University, is the Medical Director of the Rochester Center for Behavioral Medicine, near Detroit.


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