Department of Psychiatry, Center for Mental Health Services Research
Family Relations; Mental Disorders; Mentally Ill Persons; Child of Impaired Parents; Mothers; Mother-Child Relations; Maternal Behavior
Health Services Research | Mental and Social Health | Psychiatric and Mental Health | Psychiatry | Psychiatry and Psychology
Parenting is a meaningful role for the majority of American women, including those with mental health disorders. Success in this role, particularly for women with mental health disorders, would seem to be intimately related to mental health promotion, the recovery process, and successful functioning in other major life domains (e.g., employment, community living, and personal health and well-being). The achievement of maximum social participation for women with mental health disorders may hinge on addressing the challenges they face as parents.
Presented at Margins to Mainstream: World Congress on Mental Health Promotion and Prevention. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, September 2008.
Margins to Mainstream: World Congress on Mental Health Promotion and Prevention, 2008
Nicholson, Joanne; Aaker, Elizabeth A.; Agar, Michael; Albert, Karen; Banks, Steven M.; Biebel, Kathleen; Gershenson, Bernice; Seligowski, Antonia; Williams, Valerie; Warren, Brenda; Williams, Sierra; and Woolsey, Katherine, "Mothers with Mental Health Disorders: Mental Health Promotion in the Context of Parenting" (2008). Systems and Psychosocial Advances Research Center Publications and Presentations. 231.