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Book Reviews


The four reviews contained in this issue sample the range of information available for individuals who assist people in their recovery process. Anthony, Cohen, and Farkas (1990) describe the philosophic foundation of rehabilitation services as well as systematic procedures for initiating and sustaining quality support services. Haas (1990) provides an insightful account of his experiences as a beginning professional in a mental health institute. His comments may not be welcome news to many service providers. Millet (1990) takes the reader on an historical journey as she copes with rebuilding her life as a recipient of services. Finally, Sher and Gottlieb (1989) provide excellent suggestions for the development of success teams to support each of us in our quest for quality-of-life outcomes. My sincere appreciation is extended to two of my colleagues, Pat Harder and Sue Tharnish, for their excellen1 contributions to this issue.