Fighting for Recovery: An Activists' History of Mental Health Reform
Phyllis Vine (Author)
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September 20, 2022
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About the Author
Phyllis Vine's book Families in Pain was the first to discuss family relationships of people with mental illness. As a tenured professor of American history at Sarah Lawrence College, she taught courses on the history of healthcare. Vine was a founding member of NAMI-New York State. Presently she is the president of the board of directors of Gould Farm, the oldest farm-based residential treatment program for people with mental illness in the US.