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Author Perlmutter, Kenneth, 1958- author.

Title Freedom from family dysfunction : a guide to healing families battling addiction or mental illness / Kenneth Perlmutter.

Publication Info. Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2019]
©2019

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Description xii, 149 pages ; 23 cm
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "The headlines ring with stories of opioid addiction and overdose. Parents complain about their children's screen addiction, law enforcement decries the flood of fentanyl, scores of Americans overdose and die daily, and teen alcohol poisoning and marijuana-induced psychosis rates continue to rise. Disabling depression and anxiety are diagnosed at alarming rates in families across the country. Now, more than ever, families struggle to live with, care for, and protect their family members suffering with addiction or mental illness. Kenneth Perlmutter, a California psychologist with 30-plus years in the field, has written Freedom from Family Dysfunction specifically for family members who love someone battling addiction or mental illness who want to break the cycles of codependency and relapse plaguing their dysfunctional systems." -- Provided by publisher.
Subject Dysfunctional families -- Evaluation.
Families -- Mental health.
Families -- Psychological aspects.
ISBN 9781538121948 hardcover alkaline paper $30.00
1538121948 hardcover alkaline paper $30.00
9781538121955 electronic publication

 
    
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