Jeanine Grobe (ed.)
In Beyond Bedlam
, more than two dozen contemporary women write about their experiences as inmtes at psychiatric institutions: how they were mistreated, how they escaped, how they live now, and what can be done to change the system that abused them. They survived the abuse, and here in their own words - in letters, personal narratives, and diary excerpts - they describe how they did it. Their voices rise above the clamor of psychiatric jargon, treatment, and therapy. This up-close and personal collection includes writers from Mexico, England, the United States, and Canada.
paperback 252 pp.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 03 January, 2008.