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Women's reproductive mental health across the lifespan [electronic resource]

Women's reproductive mental health across the lifespan [electronic resource]

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Lynn-Barnes, Diana.
Title Statement
Women's reproductive mental health across the lifespan [electronic resource] / Diana Lynn Barnes, editor.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cham :   Springer International Publishing :   Imprint: Springer,   2014.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xxvii, 333 p.) : col. ill.
ISBN
9783319051161
요약
This outstanding collection of work is an important, timely, and much needed resource. Dr. Diana Lynn Barnes has been instrumental in bringing attention to the needs of perinatal women for decades. In Women's Reproductive Health Across the Lifespan, she brilliantly unites the medical world of reproductive life events with the psychiatric and psychological world of mental health issues associated with them. Her expertise, combined with contributions by distinguished leaders in the field, create a volume of work that should be studied carefully by every medical and mental health provider who works with women. -Karen Kleiman, MSW, The Postpartum Stress Center, Author of Therapy and the Postpartum Woman Finally, a book that addresses the entire scope of women’s reproductive mental health spanning the gamut from puberty to menopause. The list of chapter contributors reads like a who’s who of international experts. Unique to this book is its focus on the interaction of genetics, hormonal fluctuations, and the social environment. It is a must addition for the libraries of clinicians and researchers in women’s reproductive mental health. -Cheryl Tatano Beck, DNSc, CNM, FAAN, Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor, School of Nursing, University of Connecticut Pregnancy and childbirth are generally viewed as joyous occasions. Yet for numerous women, these events instead bring anxiety, depression, and emotional distress. Increased interest in risk reduction and early clinical intervention is bringing reproductive issues to the forefront of women's mental health. The scope of Women's Reproductive Mental Health across the Lifespan begins long before the childbearing years, and continues well after those years have ended. Empirical findings, case examples, and dispatches from emerging areas of the field illuminate representative issues across the continuum of women's lives with the goal of more effective care benefitting women and their families. Chapter authors discuss advances in areas such as fertility treatment and contraception, and present current thinking on the psychological impact of pregnancy loss, menopause, cancer, and other stressors. These expert contributors emphasize the connections between an individual's biology and psychology and cultural expectations in shaping women's mental health, and the balance between a client's unique history and current clinical knowledge clinicians need to address disorders. Included in the coverage: The experience of puberty and emotional wellbeing. Body image issues and eating disorders in the childbearing years. Risk assessment and screening during pregnancy. Normal and pathological postpartum anxiety. Mood disorders and the transition to menopause. The evolution of reproductive psychiatry. A reference with an extended shelf life, Women's Reproductive Mental Health across the Lifespan enhances the work of researchers and practitioners in social work, clinical psychology, and psychiatry, and has potential relevance to all health care professionals.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
PART I. THE EARLY YEARS -- 1.Pre and Perinatal Influences on Female Mental Health -- 2.Girls in Between: Social, Emotional, Physical and SexualDevelopment in Context -- 3.Menstruation and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder: Its Impact on Mood -- PART II. THE REPRODUCTIVE YEARS -- 4.The Psychological Gestation of Motherhood -- 5.Screening and Risk Assessment for Perinatal Mood Disorders -- 6.Postpartum Adjustment: What’s Normal and What’s Not -- 7.Chronic Mental Illness in Pregnancy and the Postpartum -- 8.Does Psychiatric Diagnosis Affect Fertility Outcomes? -- 9.The Reproductive Story: Dealing with Miscarriage, Stillbirth or Other Perinatal Demise -- 10.Birth Trauma:The Causes and Consequences of Childbirth-Related Trauma and PTSD -- PART III. THE LATER YEARS -- 11.Babies at 40: Is the Biological Clock Really Ticking? -- 12.Risk Factors for Depression during Perimenopause -- PART IV. ACROSS THE LIFESPAN -- 13.  Eating Disorders Across the Lifespan: From Menstruation to Menopause -- 14.Hormonal Contraception and its Impact on Women’s Moods -- 15.The Impact of Reproductive Cancers on Women’s Mental Health -- 16.The Role of Reproductive Psychiatry in Women’s Mental Health.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Women --Mental health. Pregnancy --Psychological aspects.
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520 ▼a This outstanding collection of work is an important, timely, and much needed resource. Dr. Diana Lynn Barnes has been instrumental in bringing attention to the needs of perinatal women for decades. In Women's Reproductive Health Across the Lifespan, she brilliantly unites the medical world of reproductive life events with the psychiatric and psychological world of mental health issues associated with them. Her expertise, combined with contributions by distinguished leaders in the field, create a volume of work that should be studied carefully by every medical and mental health provider who works with women. -Karen Kleiman, MSW, The Postpartum Stress Center, Author of Therapy and the Postpartum Woman Finally, a book that addresses the entire scope of women’s reproductive mental health spanning the gamut from puberty to menopause. The list of chapter contributors reads like a who’s who of international experts. Unique to this book is its focus on the interaction of genetics, hormonal fluctuations, and the social environment. It is a must addition for the libraries of clinicians and researchers in women’s reproductive mental health. -Cheryl Tatano Beck, DNSc, CNM, FAAN, Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor, School of Nursing, University of Connecticut Pregnancy and childbirth are generally viewed as joyous occasions. Yet for numerous women, these events instead bring anxiety, depression, and emotional distress. Increased interest in risk reduction and early clinical intervention is bringing reproductive issues to the forefront of women's mental health. The scope of Women's Reproductive Mental Health across the Lifespan begins long before the childbearing years, and continues well after those years have ended. Empirical findings, case examples, and dispatches from emerging areas of the field illuminate representative issues across the continuum of women's lives with the goal of more effective care benefitting women and their families. Chapter authors discuss advances in areas such as fertility treatment and contraception, and present current thinking on the psychological impact of pregnancy loss, menopause, cancer, and other stressors. These expert contributors emphasize the connections between an individual's biology and psychology and cultural expectations in shaping women's mental health, and the balance between a client's unique history and current clinical knowledge clinicians need to address disorders. Included in the coverage: The experience of puberty and emotional wellbeing. Body image issues and eating disorders in the childbearing years. Risk assessment and screening during pregnancy. Normal and pathological postpartum anxiety. Mood disorders and the transition to menopause. The evolution of reproductive psychiatry. A reference with an extended shelf life, Women's Reproductive Mental Health across the Lifespan enhances the work of researchers and practitioners in social work, clinical psychology, and psychiatry, and has potential relevance to all health care professionals.
530 ▼a Issued also as a book.
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