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Women & Psychosis: Multidisciplinary Perspectives
Brown, Marie and Marilyn Charles (Eds)
Lexington Books / Hardcover / 2019-03-01 / 1498591914
Psychotherapy
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232 pages
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Women & Psychosis is an edited collection that examines the intersection of two marginalized identities, those of women and those deemed “psychotic”. Told from a multitude of perspectives, Women & Psychosis brings multidisciplinary thought to the subject, from psychiatrists and clinicians tofirst-person perspectives of the women themselves.

Marie Brown and Marilyn Charles have assembled a book that bridges different perspectives and disciplines to contextualize and complicate women’s experiences of psychosis through culture, the body, spirituality, and psychiatry. Reading Women and Psychosis itself becomes a polyphonic experience that changes how we understand what psychosis is, how it has been construed, and for women, with what consequences.
— Annie Rogers, Hampshire College

Not since Phyllis Chesler’s Women and Madness has there been a book that focuses on the important topic of psychosis in women. Kudos to Brown and Charles on this timely and welcomed collection of insightful essays, which I strongly recommend to all who are interested in learning more about the causes, manifestations, misunderstandings, and treatment of psychosis in women.
— Danielle Knafo, Long Island University – Post

About the Editors:

Marie Brown is clinical psychology doctoral candidate at Long Island University and co-founder of the Hearing Voices Network NYC.

Marilyn Charles is staff psychologist at the Austen Riggs Center and practicing psychoanalyst.

Contributors:

Jessica Arenella, Berta Britz, Nicola Byrne, Liane F. Carlson, Simone Ciufolini, Helen DeVinney, Gogo Ekhaya Esima, Mary V. Seeman

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