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Out of Order is a manual for teens and young adults to help them understand mental illness and recovery. It covers such topics as mental illnesses, suicidal thoughts, personality disorders, learning problems, intellectual disabilities, treatment, and recovery. This book will help answer questions  like: What is mental illness? What are the symptoms? Do you need help? How d Out of Order is a manual for teens and young adults to help them understand mental illness and recovery. It covers such topics as mental illnesses, suicidal thoughts, personality disorders, learning problems, intellectual disabilities, treatment, and recovery. This book will help answer questions  like: What is mental illness? What are the symptoms? Do you need help? How do you find the right kind of help? How can you take responsibility yourself for understanding and recovery. It discusses treatments, therapies, medications, support groups, and contains a disorders dictionary, resources for help, relevant websites, and an index. Illustrated.


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Out of Order is a manual for teens and young adults to help them understand mental illness and recovery. It covers such topics as mental illnesses, suicidal thoughts, personality disorders, learning problems, intellectual disabilities, treatment, and recovery. This book will help answer questions  like: What is mental illness? What are the symptoms? Do you need help? How d Out of Order is a manual for teens and young adults to help them understand mental illness and recovery. It covers such topics as mental illnesses, suicidal thoughts, personality disorders, learning problems, intellectual disabilities, treatment, and recovery. This book will help answer questions  like: What is mental illness? What are the symptoms? Do you need help? How do you find the right kind of help? How can you take responsibility yourself for understanding and recovery. It discusses treatments, therapies, medications, support groups, and contains a disorders dictionary, resources for help, relevant websites, and an index. Illustrated.

34 review for Out of Order: Young Adult Manual of Mental Illness and Recovery

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dodie

    I had just started reading Out of Order when the most recent school shooting tragedy in Colorado occurred, which ultimately left one innocent student mortally wounded, and another student dead by his own hand. Dale Carlson's newest title for young adults is desperately needed in all school and public libraries so that tweens and teens can begin to understand mental illness and the potential for recovery not only in themselves, but in those around them. Each chapter includes a focused personal ac I had just started reading Out of Order when the most recent school shooting tragedy in Colorado occurred, which ultimately left one innocent student mortally wounded, and another student dead by his own hand. Dale Carlson's newest title for young adults is desperately needed in all school and public libraries so that tweens and teens can begin to understand mental illness and the potential for recovery not only in themselves, but in those around them. Each chapter includes a focused personal account on a topic - addiction, psychoses, suicide, for example - and sections two, three, and four provide self-test questions, a mental disorders dictionary, and hotlines, respectively. An excellent bibliography and resource directory round out this critical work. Carlson, an ALA Notable author, can really speak to teens, making this examination of mental health issues highly accessible, approachable, and relatable for its intended audience. Co-author Michael Bower (Center for Change, New Haven, CT) provides valuable advice on counseling options, and illustrator Carol Nicklaus produces images as vivid as the anxieties and concerns that teens experience.

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    Erin Moulton

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    Jessica

    did have good information & i liked the personal stories

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    SCPL Teens

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    Marathon County Public Library

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    MVPL-Teen Zone

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