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Under the Mask: A Guide to Feeling Secure and Comfortable During Anesthesia and Surgery

by James E. Cottrell, M.D., with Stephanie Golden (Rutgers University Press, 2001)

This handbook demystifies the role of anesthesia during surgery and diagnostic procedures, empowering consumers to make informed decisions regarding surgical anesthesia and postoperative pain control and to get the care they need.

I strongly recommend this highly readable, plainly spoken book to anyone about to go under the knife.”       

—Geraldo Rivera

 "A clear, compelling, and essential guide to the most critical aspect of surgery. Don't even dream of going to the hospital without this book.”

Robert Lipsyte, New York Times columnist,

author of In the Country of Illness

Compulsive Behavior

by Stephanie Golden, Chelsea House Publishers, 1993.

For teenagers, a guide to obsessive-compulsive disorder, part of Chelsea House's series The Encyclopedia of Health: Psychological Disorders and Their Treatment.

Legacy Works: Transforming Memory into Visual Art, A Program for Older Adults

by Stephanie Golden with Susan Perlstein.  National Center for Creative Aging / Elders Share the Arts, Brooklyn, NY, 2002. 

Illustrated manual written and produced for community arts organization.


Body Rolling: An Experiential Approach to Complete Muscle Release

by Yamuna Zake and Stephanie Golden (Healing Arts Press, 1997)

The Body Rolling "bible": a detailed manual for professional body therapists.

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The Women Outside: Meanings and Myths of Homelessness
by Stephanie Golden (University of California Press, 1992)
 “Part report, part analysis, part meditation, The Women Outside combines detailed first-hand experience with far-ranging scholarship to explore the origins, social meanings, and scandalous circumstances of homeless women today. This is a psychologically probing and deeply compassionate work.” —Alix Kates Shulman, author of On the Stroll
 “The scholarship is extraordinary, the writing lucid, and Golden has a wonderful capacity to involve the reader in the experiences of homeless women she re-creates for us.” —Alice Kessler-Harris, author of Out to Work: A History of Wage-Earning Women in the United States
Finalist, Robert F. Kennedy Book Award, 1992.
Honorable Mention, Emily Toth Award (Women's Caucus, Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association), 1992.
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