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Communicating With Loved Ones Living With Serious Mental Illness: A Caregiver Perspective

At least 8.4 million Americans provide care to an adult with an emotional or mental health issue.1 Caregivers have identified numerous challenges to providing care to their loved one, such as delayed time to an accurate diagnosis, difficulty with treatment compliance, and barriers to involvement in their loved one’s treatment. From an interpersonal perspective, caregivers often endorse challenges in effectively communicating with their relative suffering from a mental illness.
In this podcast, one caregiver, Kathy Day, will share her personal experiences …

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