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Families of Adults with Severe Mental Illness—The Next Generation of Research: Introduction
EFFECTIVENESS OF TWO MODELS OF BRIEF FAMILY EDUCATION
BENEFITS OF SUPPORT GROUPS FOR FAMILIES OF ADULTS WITH SEVERE MENTAL ILLNESS
PERCEIVED BURDEN AMONG CAREGIVERS OF ADULTS WITH SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS
THE CONSUMER RECOVERY VISION
POSITIVE PARENT/ADULT CHILD RELATIONSHIPS
FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH SUBJECTIVE BURDEN IN SIBLINGS OF ADULTS WITH SEVERE MENTAL ILLNESS
THE NEXT GENERATION OF RESEARCH
A CONSUMER PERSPECTIVE ON THE FAMILY AGENDA
FAMILIES OF ADULTS WITH SEVERE MENTAL ILLNESS
INTIMATE VIOLENCE IN THE LIVES OF HOMELESS AND POOR HOUSED WOMEN
EXPLORING THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF BEREAVEMENT
FOSTER CARE'S YOUNGEST
MULTICULTURAL IDENTITY AND GAY MEN IN THE ERA OF AIDS
PRODROMAL SYMPTOMS OF RECURRENT MAJOR DEPRESSIVE EPISODES
RISKY SEXUAL BEHAVIOR AMONG SUBSTANCE-ABUSING ADOLESCENTS
PARENTS OF ADULTS WITH MENTAL RETARDATION LIVING IN-HOME AND OUT-OF-HOME
PARENTAL OVERPROTECTION AND ITS RELATION TO PERCEIVED CHILD VULNERABILITY