Part One: Understanding Complex Needs: a psychosocial approach.
1. Clients with complex needs and psychosocial problems.
2. Complex needs clients and multiple service use.
3. The need for comprehensive care.
Part Two: Understanding the Limitations of specialist perspectives: The importance of a multi-disciplinary approach.
4. Specialist planning perspectives: assessed needs in populations.
5. Specialist professional perspectives: assessment and intervention.
6. The need for inter-professional working.
Part Three: Comprehensive planning and practice: a psychosocial approach.
7. Comprehensive inter-agency service planning.
8. Comprehensive multi-disciplinary psychosocial assessment.
9. A comprehensive range of treatment and maintenance methods of care.
10. Multi-disciplinary working: a structured framework
* Client focused