Handbook of Psychosocial Rehabilitation
March 2007, Wiley-Blackwell
2. Major Mental Illness and its impact.
3. Lived experience perspectives - Helen Glover.
4. The framework for psychosocial rehabilitation: bringing it into focus - Lindsey G. Oades and Frank P. Deane.
5. Building and maintaining a recovery focused therapeutic relationship - Frank P. Deane and Trevor P. Crowe.
6. Individual assessment and the development of a collaborative rehabilitation plan.
7. Integrating psychosocial rehabilitation and pharmacotherapy - Tom Meehan, Shane McCombes and Terry Stedman.
8. Family psychoeducation.
9. Intensive case management in psychosocial rehabilitation.
10. Community participation - Chris Lloyd and Frank P. Deane.
11. Vocational rehabilitation.
12. Mental illness and substance misuse.
13. Early intervention, relapse prevention and promotion of healthy lifestyles.
14. Service evaluation.
15. The well-being and professional development of the psychosocial rehabilitation practitioner
- Offers detailed case studies, including a continuous case study spanning across chapters
- Provides tips for evidence-based clinical practice
- Summarises key evidence from the mental health literature
- Explores values and standards in contemporary practice
- Reflects multi-disciplinary and international perspectives
- Appeals to a wide readership, including psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, mental health nurses, occupational therapists and social workers, disability support workers/providers and carers
"I recommend buying this book to anyone who is interested in a recovery approach to psychosocial rehabilitation." British Journal of Occupational Therapy