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Book Title: A Historical Reader: The New York Times and Madness, 1851-1922|
The author of the book: William Jiang
Edition: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Date of issue: January 31st 2013
ISBN 13: 9781482318463
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The entire raison d’être for this mental health historical reader of the “paper of record”, The New York Times, is to give the reader a window on the past and to include the reader on a journey of a time long ago. What people come away with when, they see the original articles written by and about Sigmund Freud or his famous “psychanalysis” as well as the many other issues we see in these pages, transports us to another time and place. This work of non-fiction contains powerful lessons for our world of today. It is essential reading for any serious student of the history of psychology, psychiatry, social work, or any allied mental health profession.
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Read information about the authorWill is the author of 69 books in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French which have gone to #1 in the USA and have sold in Canada, the United Kingdom, Spain, Mexico, Argentina, France, Germany, India, Australia, Italy, and Japan. He is a former Columbia Psychiatry Medical Library Chief, designer, and he is a speaker of English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese.
Mr. Jiang's critically-acclaimed autobiography is "A Schizophrenic Will: A Story of Madness, A Story of Hope". Mr Jiang and his intense 25+ year struggle with schizophrenia is iconoclastic because he challenges us to think differently about stereotypes of mental illness. His peers would be world movers like Philip K. Dick, John Nash, and Elyn Saks. Most movies and media news paint one-dimensional, thinly drawn caricatures of mentally ill people, instilling fear. Refreshingly, words that could describe Mr. Jiang's life and work include: brilliant, passionate, artistic, profound, knowledgeable, inspirational, and even "wise teacher".
William Jiang BA MLS Mental Health Author and Advocate