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Required Course Texts Rowan, T. & O’Hanlan, B. (2003). Solution-oriented therapy for chronic and severe mental illness. New York: W.W. Norton. ISBN: 03393704238; 180 pps. [paperback] Marsh, D. T. (2001). A family-focused approach to serious mental illness: Empirically supported interventions (Practitioner’s Resource Series). Professional Resource Exchange. ISBN: 1568870698, 110 pps. Required Pamphlets (purchase from bookstore) Marsh, D. T. (2001). Schizophreniza, Washington, DC: AAMFT. Item I073 Yapko, M. (1999). Depression, Washington, DC: AAMFT. Item I039. Recommended Course Texts Carter, L., & Minirth, F. (1995). The freedom from depression workbook. Thomas Nelson. ISBN: 0840762070 1 2 Frese, F. J. (2001). New directions for mental health services: The role of organized psychology in treatment of the seriously mentally ill, No. 88. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. ISBN: 0787914371 112 pps. [paperback] Green, M.F. (2003). Schizophrenia revealed: From neurons to social interactions. New York: WW Norton. ISBN: 0390704181, pp. 224. Jamison, K. (1997). The unquiet mind. Vintage. ISBN: 0679763309, pp. 240. Lachenmeyer, N. (2001). The outsider: A journey into my father’s struggle with madness. Broadway Trade Paperback. ISBN: 07679-0191-6, pp. 228. Miklowitz, D. (2002). The bipolar disorder survival guide: What you and your family need to know. New York: Guilford Press. ISBN 157235258, 322 pp. [paperback] Moorman, M. (2002). My sister’s keeper: Learening to cope with a sibling’s mental illness. ISBN 039332404, pp 320. Woolis, R. & Hatfield, A. (1992). When someone you love has a mental illness: A handbook for family, friends, and caregivers. J. P. Tarcher. ISBN: 0874776953, pp. 336. [paperback]

Publication Date

January 2005


Asbury Theological Seminary


Summer, Kentucky, CO605, Wilmore



CO 605 Treating the Serious Mentally Ill