Psychosocial Aspects of Disability
Irmo Marini, Noreen M. Graf, Michael Millington, et al.
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Praise for the First Edition:
"This is an excellent book, but the best parts are the stories of the disabled, which give readers insights into their struggles and triumphs." Score: 94, 4 Stars–-Doody's Medical Reviews
What are the differences between individuals with disabilities who flourish as opposed to those who never really adjust after a trauma? How do those born with a disability differ from individuals who acquire one later in life? Fully updated and revised, this second edition of a unique rehabilitation counseling text reflects growing disparities among "haves and have-nots" as they bear on the psychosocial aspects of disability. New content focuses on returning veterans afflicted with physical and mental health problems, persons with disabilities living in poverty, and the need for increased family and community-based engagement. The book provides updated information about assisted suicide, genetic testing, new legislation, and much more.
Using a minority model perspective, the text provides students and practitioners of rehabilitation and mental health counseling with vivid insight into the experience of living with a disability. It features first-person narratives from people living with a variety of disabling conditions, which are integrated with sociological and societal perspectives toward disability, and strategies for counseling such individuals. The text encompasses an historical perspective, psychological and sociological research, cultural variants regarding disability, myths and misconceptions, the attitudes of special interest and occupational groups, the use positive psychology, and adjustments to disability by the individual and family. A wealth of counseling guidelines and useful strategies are geared to individuals with specific disabilities. Designed for a 15-week semester, the book also includes thought-provoking discussion questions and exercises, an Instructor’s Manual and PowerPoints.
New to the Second Edition:
- Reflects the growing disparities between “haves and have-nots” as they impact people with disabilities
- Includes new content on veterans with physical and mental disabilities
- Describes the experience of impoverished individuals with disabilities
- Examines the need for increase family and community-based engagement
- Discusses strengths and weaknesses of the Americans with Disabilities Act
- Covers assisted suicide, genetic testing, and recent legislationExpanded coverage of sexual identity
- Provides an Instructor Manual and PowerPoints
- Provides 16 personal narratives demonstrating the "normalcy" of individuals with different types of disabling conditions
- Includes stories of people living with blindness, hearing impairments, spinal chord injuries, muscular dystrophy, mental illness, and other disabilities
- Delivers counseling strategies geared toward specific disabilities, with "do’s" and "don'ts"
- Discusses ongoing treatment issues and ethical dilemmas for rehabilitation counselors
counseling, psychosocial aspect, social justice, oppression, family adaptation, counselor, social support, counseling theory, caregiving, disability, positive psychology, quality of life, counseling techniques, occupational groups, counseling strategy, sexuality, health professional, societal attitude, ethical responsibility