Stuck in Time by Lee Gutkind
The Tragedy of Childhood Mental Illness

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Focusing on the lives of three mentally ill adolescents, the author of One Children's Place: Inside a Children's Hospital exposes "a national disgrace" of incompetent care, neglect, and ineffective treatment. 12,500 first printing.
 

About Lee Gutkind

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Lee Gutkind is a professor of English at the University of Pittsburgh.
 
Published May 1, 1993 by Henry Holt & Co. 253 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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An anecdotal indictment of the system that treats children with mental-health problems, as well as an unpersuasive call for a new order.

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Speaking on behalf of mentally ill children and teenagers, many of whom are also learning-disabled, and only one-fifth of whom receive treatment or service, Gutkind ( Children's One Place ) accuses goverment, social service professionals and media of ignoring this ``national disgrace.'' The autho...

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