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The Best Interests Assessor Practice Handbook (Hardcover): Rachel Hubbard, Kevin Stone The Best Interests Assessor Practice Handbook (Hardcover)
Rachel Hubbard, Kevin Stone
R2,489 Discovery Miles 24 890 Special order

The first textbook to consider the Best Interests Assessor (BIA) role in depth, offering practical guidance and exploring its particular challenges in the context of the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards legal framework. Activities including case studies, legal summaries, decision making activities, CPD support and case law will be welcomed by BIA students, practitioners and others interested in the role.

Preventing Suicide: A Global Imperative (Paperback): Who? Preventing Suicide: A Global Imperative (Paperback)
Who?
R599 Discovery Miles 5 990 Special order
Mental Disability and the European Convention on Human Rights (Hardcover): Peter Bartlett, Oliver Lewis, Oliver Thorold Mental Disability and the European Convention on Human Rights (Hardcover)
Peter Bartlett, Oliver Lewis, Oliver Thorold
R4,398 Discovery Miles 43 980 Special order

Mental disability has come of age as a subject of concern under the European Convention on Human Rights. It was only in 1979 that the first significant decision of the ECHR was decided on the subject, and after that, cases were relatively few for many years. It is only recently that this has begun to change. This volume provides an account of where the law currently stands and speculation as to how it may develop. The initial chapters deal with substantive aspects of Convention rights (including issues of detention in institutions, conditions within institutions, medical treatment, problems associated with guardianship and others). The final two chapters move to discuss the practicalities of litigation. The book concludes with a number of appendices (primarily the primary international legal materials of relevance to mental disability rights under the ECHR, and the relevant recommendations and principles from the Council of Europe). It is hoped that this volume, in addition to shedding light on where the law currently stands, will offer practical guidance to lawyers concerning the mechanics of representing people with mental disabilities.

Object Relations Theory & Self (Book): Goldstein in Social Work Object Relations Theory & Self (Book)
Goldstein in Social Work
R699 Discovery Miles 6 990 Special order

Object Relations and Self Psychology are two leading schools of psychological thought discussed in social work classrooms and applied by practitioners to a variety of social work populations. Yet both groups have lacked a basic manual for teaching and reference -- until now. For them, Dr. Eda G. Goldstein's book fills a void on two fronts: Part I provides a readable, systematic, and comprehensive review of object relations and self psychology, while Part II gives readers a friendly, step-by-step description and illustration of basic treatment techniques. For educators, this textbook offers a learned and accessible discussion of the major concepts and terminology, treatment principles, and the relationship of object relations and self psychology to classic Freudian theory. Practitioners find within these pages treatment guidelines for such varied problems as illness and disability, the loss of a significant other, and such special problems as substance abuse, child maltreatment, and couple and family disruptions. In a single volume, Dr. Goldstein has met the complex challenges of education and clinical practice.

Social Work Practice in Mental Health - An Introduction (Paperback, 2nd edition): Robert Bland, Noel Renouf, Ann Tullgren Social Work Practice in Mental Health - An Introduction (Paperback, 2nd edition)
Robert Bland, Noel Renouf, Ann Tullgren
R798 R610 Discovery Miles 6 100 Save R188 (24%) Special order

'An invaluable resource for social workers in all practice settings, not just mental health, and a core text for social work students.' - Dr Valerie Gerrand, former AASW representative and board member of the Mental Health Council of Australia'An outstanding and very original contribution to the scholarship on mental health policy, research and service.' - Associate Professor Maria Harries AM, University of Western AustraliaDeveloping the skills to work effectively with people who have mental health problems is fundamental to contemporary social work practice. Practitioners face new challenges in a rapidly changing work environment including working with consumers and their families and in multidisciplinary teams. Now, more than ever, social workers need discipline-specific mental health knowledge and training.This second edition of Social Work Practice in Mental Health continues the guiding principles of the first edition - an emphasis on the centrality of the lived experience of mental illness and the importance of embracing both scientific and relational dimensions of practice. The new edition reflects the latest developments in best practice including the emergence of recovery theory and the importance of evidence-based approaches.This is a comprehensive guide to social work practice in specialist mental health settings as well as in other fields of practice, covering the most commonly encountered mental health problems. It features information on assessment, case management, family work and community work, and reveals how the core concerns of social work - human rights, self-determination and relationships with family and the wider community - are also central to mental health practice.

Lunacy, Law and Conscience, 1744-1845 - The Social History of the Care of the Insane (Hardcover): Kathleen Jones Lunacy, Law and Conscience, 1744-1845 - The Social History of the Care of the Insane (Hardcover)
Kathleen Jones
R6,195 Discovery Miles 61 950 Special order

First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Masculinity, Meditation and Mental Health (Hardcover): T. Lomas Masculinity, Meditation and Mental Health (Hardcover)
T. Lomas
R2,418 R2,170 Discovery Miles 21 700 Save R248 (10%) Special order

It is often said that men are 'in crisis, ' blighted by the adverse effects of corrosive masculinity norms ranging from emotional disconnection to aggression. Consequently, with men in considerable 'trouble' relative to their female counterparts - from higher levels of suicide, alcoholism and violence to poorer health and educational outcomes - the question of how to help men 'change' is pressing. This book offers one possible solution. It shows how a group of men learned to overcome their masculine inheritance by taking up meditation. Tim Lomas follows their difficult but ultimately rewarding life journeys as they sought and found an elusive sense of wellbeing. The book interweaves these personal narratives with the very latest research and theory at the intersection of gender and mental health, together with practical recommendations for those working with men (and indeed for men themselves)

Mental Hospitals at Work (Paperback): Kathleen Jones, Roy Sidebotham Mental Hospitals at Work (Paperback)
Kathleen Jones, Roy Sidebotham
R831 Discovery Miles 8 310 Special order

First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Handbook of Strengths-Based Clinical Practices - Finding Common Factors (Hardcover): Jeffrey K. Edwards, Andy Young, Holly... Handbook of Strengths-Based Clinical Practices - Finding Common Factors (Hardcover)
Jeffrey K. Edwards, Andy Young, Holly Nikels
R4,009 Discovery Miles 40 090 Special order

An interdisciplinary handbook about strengths-based clinical practices, this book finds the common factors in specific models from social work, psychology, and counseling. The book ends with a grounded theory informed method that pulls together what each of the chapters report, and posits a theory based on that work. Comprised of 23 chapters and written by leaders in the human services fields, Handbook of Strengths-Based Clinical Practices shows how professionals and students can facilitate change and resiliency in those with whom they work.

Mental Health Services for Vulnerable Children and Young People - Supporting Children who are, or have been, in Foster Care... Mental Health Services for Vulnerable Children and Young People - Supporting Children who are, or have been, in Foster Care (Paperback)
Michael Tarren-Sweeney, Arlene Vetere
R963 Discovery Miles 9 630 Special order

More than half of children either in foster care, or adopted from care in the developed world, have a measurable need for mental health services, while up to one quarter present with complex and severe trauma- and attachment-related psychological disorders. This book outlines how services can effectively detect, prevent, and treat mental health difficulties in this vulnerable population. Responding to increasing evidence that standard child and adolescent mental health services are poorly matched to the mental health service needs of children and young people who have been in foster care, this book provides expert guidance on the design of specialised services. The first part provides an overview of these children's mental health needs, their use of mental health services and what is known about the effectiveness of mental health interventions provided to them. The second part presents some recent innovations in mental health service delivery, concentrating on advances in clinical and developmental assessment and treatment. The final part confronts the challenges for delivering effective mental health services in this area. This is the definitive international reference for the design of specialised mental health services for children and young people in care and those adopted from care. It is invaluable reading for health and social care professionals working with this population and academics with an interest in child and adolescent mental health from a range of disciplines, including social work, nursing and psychology.

Population Mental Health - Evidence, Policy, and Public Health Practice (Hardcover): Neal Cohen, Sandro Galea Population Mental Health - Evidence, Policy, and Public Health Practice (Hardcover)
Neal Cohen, Sandro Galea
R2,688 Discovery Miles 26 880 Special order

Over the last century public health efforts, such as immunization, safer food practices, public health education and promotion, improved sanitation, and water purification have been very successful in eradicating and controlling a host of diseases. The result has been a dramatic improvement in health and life expectancy. However, the impact that mental illnesses have on individuals and society as a whole has largely been overlooked by the discipline.This pioneering volume examines the evidence-base for incorporating mental health into the public health agenda by linking the available research on population mental health with public mental health policy and practice. Issues covered in the book include the influence of health and mental health policies on the care and well-being of individuals with mental illness, the interconnectedness of physical and mental disorders, the obstacles to adopting a public health orientation to mental health/mental illness, and the potential application of public health models of intervention.Setting out a unique and innovative model for integrated public mental health care, Population Mental Health identifies the tools and strategies of public health practice surveillance and screening, early identification, preventive interventions, health promotion and community action and their application to twenty-first century public mental health policy and practice.

Parenting Mentally Ill Children - Faith, Caring, Support, and Surviving the System (Hardcover): Craig Winston LeCroy Parenting Mentally Ill Children - Faith, Caring, Support, and Surviving the System (Hardcover)
Craig Winston LeCroy
R728 Discovery Miles 7 280 Special order

The Surgeon General has identified children's mental illness as a national problem that creates a burden of suffering so serious as to be considered a health crisis. Yet, what it means to be the parent of a mentally ill child has not been adequately considered--until now. "Parenting Mentally Ill Children: Faith, Caring, Support, and Survival" captures the essence of caring for these youngsters, providing resources and understanding for parents and an instructive lesson for society.

Author Craig Winston LeCroy uses in-depth interviews to chronicle the experiences of parents of mentally ill children as they attempt to survive each day, obtain needed help, and reach out for support, and he lets them share their misunderstood emotions of shame, anger, fear, guilt, and powerlessness in the face of stigma from professionals, family, and friends. The book concludes with a critical appraisal of the social policies that must be implemented to help--and the reasons we should feel obligated to initiate them.

Mental Health Services for Vulnerable Children and Young People - Supporting Children who are, or have been, in Foster Care... Mental Health Services for Vulnerable Children and Young People - Supporting Children who are, or have been, in Foster Care (Hardcover)
Michael Tarren-Sweeney, Arlene Vetere
R2,677 Discovery Miles 26 770 Special order

More than half of children either in foster care, or adopted from care in the developed world, have a measurable need for mental health services, while up to one quarter present with complex and severe trauma- and attachment-related psychological disorders. This book outlines how services can effectively detect, prevent, and treat mental health difficulties in this vulnerable population. Responding to increasing evidence that standard child and adolescent mental health services are poorly matched to the mental health service needs of children and young people who have been in foster care, this book provides expert guidance on the design of specialised services. The first part provides an overview of these children's mental health needs, their use of mental health services and what is known about the effectiveness of mental health interventions provided to them. The second part presents some recent innovations in mental health service delivery, concentrating on advances in clinical and developmental assessment and treatment. The final part confronts the challenges for delivering effective mental health services in this area. This is the definitive international reference for the design of specialised mental health services for children and young people in care and those adopted from care. It is invaluable reading for health and social care professionals working with this population and academics with an interest in child and adolescent mental health from a range of disciplines, including social work, nursing and psychology.

Contemporary Issues in Mental Health - Concepts, Policies, and Practice (Paperback): Leslie T. Foster, James A. Leclair Contemporary Issues in Mental Health - Concepts, Policies, and Practice (Paperback)
Leslie T. Foster, James A. Leclair
R549 R508 Discovery Miles 5 080 Save R41 (7%) Special order

Mental health issues affect many members of society, either directly through personal mental health problems, or indirectly through their impact on family and friends supporting those who suffer from mental illness. The social and economic burden of mental illness is considerable and, within the Western world, such problems appear to have increased in recent years. This volume examines a variety of issues related to mental health from the perspective of contemporary research, policy, and practice. The editors have put together material that is sometimes novel and certainly eclectic in nature, including contributions from the research, practitioner, and policy environments.

Mental Health Practice with Children and Youth - A Strengths and Well-Being Model (Hardcover, New): Lonnie R Helton, Mieko... Mental Health Practice with Children and Youth - A Strengths and Well-Being Model (Hardcover, New)
Lonnie R Helton, Mieko Kotake Smith
R2,047 Discovery Miles 20 470 Special order

Use a strengths perspective for working with your younger clients! Mental Health Practice with Children and Youth: A Strengths and Well-Being Model presents new insights into successfully working with children by concentrating on their capabilities and resilience. This book explores the continuum of children's needs and challenges from early childhood through adolescence. This text also supports child-centered and strengths-oriented approaches to intervention with children and introduces specific strategies for maximizing pro-social behaviors, self-concept, learning, and positive peer relationships in children at home, at school, and in the community. Mental Health Practice with Children and Youth shows how children's rights have slowly evolved over many years, from children's status as property in the 1600s to the twentieth-century innovations that give a child a specific legal status with a certain amount of freedom and self-determination. By emphasizing the self-concept and self-esteem guidelines outlined by this book, social workers, mental health specialists, and childcare professionals can help children transition into healthy adults, despite hardships, disabilities, or parent negligence. Chapters highlighting interview and assessment techniques as well as media-directed, creative child therapies will enhance your counseling and intervention practices. Mental Health Practice with Children and Youth provides you with insight on: the relationships between children and family environment from two-parent families to foster families child socialization and peer relationships in school and around the community adolescence gender roles, ethnic and racial diversity, sexual orientation, and adult transitioning educational needs teacher expectations, special education, diversity, home schooling and more! The strengths perspective is not always included in traditional child welfare and children's practice texts, and this textbook fills that gap for working with younger clients. Children in child welfare, educational, mental health, family service, and recreational settings will all benefit from the inclusion of Mental Health Practice with Children and Youth: A Strengths and Well-Being Model in your work. Augmented with case scenarios and studies, empirical findings, and questions for discussion in every chapter, this book will help child service professionals as well as university faculty and students.

Research on Employment for Persons with Severe Mental Illness (Hardcover, New): William H. Fisher Research on Employment for Persons with Severe Mental Illness (Hardcover, New)
William H. Fisher
R1,706 Discovery Miles 17 060 Special order

Over the centuries work for persons with severe mental illness has ranged from virtual slave labor to institutional peonage to contemporary rehabilitative programs that seek to assist individuals in re-entering the workplace. How best to do this remains an open question however, and has captured the attention of researchers from a broad range of disciplines, from rehabilitation research to labor economics. This volume provides a sense of this diversity and an overview of research perspectives in this critically important area. Included are chapters discussing important new theoretical frameworks, issues in the evaluation of programmatic efforts to enhance employment opportunities, and discussions grounded in large scale social and economic perspectives.

Mental Health Issues and the Media - An Introduction for Health Professionals (Paperback): Gary Morris Mental Health Issues and the Media - An Introduction for Health Professionals (Paperback)
Gary Morris
R935 Discovery Miles 9 350 Special order

Mental Health Issues and the Media provides students and professionals in nursing and allied professions, in psychiatry, psychology and related disciplines, with a theoretically grounded introduction to the ways in which our attitudes are shaped by the media.

A wide range of contemporary media help to create attitudes surrounding mental health and illness, and for all health professionals, the ways in which they do so are of immediate concern. Health professionals need to:

  • be aware of media influences on their own perceptions and attitudes
  • take account of both the negative and positive aspects of media intervention in mental health promotion and public education
  • understand the way in which we all interact with media messages and how this affects both practitioners and service users.

Covering the press, literature, film, television and the Internet, this comprehensive text includes practical advice and recommendations on how to combat negative images for service users, healthcare workers and media personnel.

Specialist Mental Healthcare for Children and Adolescents - Hospital, Intensive Community and Home Based Services (Hardcover):... Specialist Mental Healthcare for Children and Adolescents - Hospital, Intensive Community and Home Based Services (Hardcover)
Tim McDougall, Andy Cotgrove
R2,245 Discovery Miles 22 450 Special order

A need for comprehensive services for young people requiring more intensive mental health services has been identified and this book explores what works in Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) at this level. Specialist Mental Healthcare for Children and Adolescents looks at intensive outpatient and community services; assertive outreach teams; inpatient residential and secure provision; and other highly specialised assessment, consultation and intervention services. Based on the best available evidence, each chapter provides key points, research summaries and an overview of available treatments. It outlines emerging good practice guidance, service models, assessment, and training and workforce development requirements. This accessible text is essential reading for commissioners and professionals - including psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, therapists, social workers and teachers - working in specialist CAMHS services, as well as all those studying for qualifications in child and adolescent mental health.

Working in Mental Health - Practice and Policy in a Changing Environment (Paperback): Peter Phillips, Tom Sandford, Claire... Working in Mental Health - Practice and Policy in a Changing Environment (Paperback)
Peter Phillips, Tom Sandford, Claire Johnston
R780 Discovery Miles 7 800 Special order

A paradigm shift in the ways in which mental health services are delivered is happening-both for service users and for professional mental healthcare workers. The landscape is being changed by a more influential service user movement, a range of new community-based mental healthcare programmes delivered by an increasing plurality of providers, and new mental health policy and legislation. Written by a team of experienced authors and drawing on their expertise in policy and clinical leadership, Working in Mental Health: Practice and Policy in a Changing Environment explains how mental health services staff can operate and contribute in this new environment. Divided into three parts, the first focuses on the socio-political environment, incorporating service user perspectives. The second section looks at current themes and ways of working in mental health. It includes chapters on recovery, the IAPT programme, and mental healthcare for specific vulnerable populations. The final part explores new and future challenges, such as changing professional roles and commissioning services. The book focuses throughout on the importance of public health approaches to mental healthcare. This important text will be of interest to all those studying and working in mental healthcare, whether from a nursing, medical, social work or allied health background.

How to Involve People with Dementia - Methods and Approaches for Good Engagement (Paperback): Nada Savitch, Rachael Litherland,... How to Involve People with Dementia - Methods and Approaches for Good Engagement (Paperback)
Nada Savitch, Rachael Litherland, Steve Milton
R589 Discovery Miles 5 890 Special order

Supporting practitioners to promote service user involvement, this book highlights ways to engage people with dementia to allow them to have an impact on improving their quality of life. This book will help practitioners to think creatively about the best approaches to involving people with dementia in decisions that affect their lives. Full of useful tips and with a range of practical examples, it provides tried and tested methods for enabling engagement in day-to-day decisions as well as in research and policy development. Chapters cover why involvement is so crucial, what the ethical challenges are and how to overcome these, how involvement can be implemented, what people with dementia want from professionals and the services they use, and how to create wider dementia-friendly communities. The voices of people with dementia resonate throughout the book, making this essential reading for all professionals working in dementia care, including service commissioners, public health officials and policy makers, as well as academics and students in these fields.

Depression and Globalization - The Politics of Mental Health in the 21st Century (Hardcover, 2008 ed.): Carl Walker Depression and Globalization - The Politics of Mental Health in the 21st Century (Hardcover, 2008 ed.)
Carl Walker
R1,622 Discovery Miles 16 220 Special order

This is an important academic text on the political aspects of depression, specifically the relationship between globalization and depression. The text Walker reestablishes the link between mental health research and treatment, along with the political and economical influences outside the world of academic and clinical mental health. Overall, this book accomplishes the task of how closely and inextricably linked these diverse fields are and the way they operate together to produce not only a cultural representation of mental illness but influence the extent and type of mental distress in the 21st century.

Social Work and Mental Health - The Value of Everything (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Peter Gilbert Social Work and Mental Health - The Value of Everything (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Peter Gilbert
R760 Discovery Miles 7 600 Special order

With mental health increasingly being recognised as crucial for a healthy and productive nation, and a vital component in the regeneration of communities, the current reality and future possibilities for social work in mental health services are becoming clearer. This is a new edition of Peter Gilbert's "The Value of Everything: Social Work and its Importance in the Field of Mental Health" (RHP, 2003), which was acclaimed: 'A clear guide, and useful tool for increasing understanding between all stakeholder groups in mental health' - "Mental Health Today". 'The author's breadth of knowledge makes the book accessible and informative at all levels of enquiry the contribution that social work skills make to service users is apparent throughout' - Community Care. 'The service user and carer perspective is featured heavily, and their accounts and those of mental health staff are used liberally to illustrate why the social work role will continue to be of central importance insightful and interesting' - "Care & Health". This new edition maintains the focus on the values that social work espouses as a profession, and its value in current mental health services. New chapters have been added around social inclusion; personalisation; research; spirituality; the role of the social worker following new mental health legislation in 2005 and 2007; and an overview of policy up to the current time. It: celebrates and promotes multi-disciplinary work and the integration of perspectives; sets social work as a major contributor to a truly whole-person and whole-systems approach to mental health; values those who use mental health services as people with their own unique strengths, needs and experiences; addresses issues of identity and equality; provides clear theoretical frameworks for understanding barriers to developing those relationships that enable social workers to recognise the capacities of service users; discusses the merits of different models for understanding and working with mental or emotional distress; uses research and ideas drawn from sociology, psychiatry, psychology and even economics to emphasise how social work is able to utilise the best of everything that is available for the service users and carers benefit. Timely, it considers the value of social work in light of what users and carers want from services; the value base of the new policies of reform; the role of the social worker in different settings; and ways of taking these values and skills into these new settings. It will boost the confidence of social workers by reinforcing the tremendous resource that they are to people in the greatest need in our society; and will help partner professions and agencies value the contribution that social work can bring.

Specialist Mental Healthcare for Children and Adolescents - Hospital, Intensive Community and Home Based Services (Paperback):... Specialist Mental Healthcare for Children and Adolescents - Hospital, Intensive Community and Home Based Services (Paperback)
Tim McDougall, Andy Cotgrove
R859 Discovery Miles 8 590 Special order

A need for comprehensive services for young people requiring more intensive mental health services has been identified and this book explores what works in Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) at this level. Specialist Mental Healthcare for Children and Adolescents looks at intensive outpatient and community services; assertive outreach teams; inpatient residential and secure provision; and other highly specialised assessment, consultation and intervention services. Based on the best available evidence, each chapter provides key points, research summaries and an overview of available treatments. It outlines emerging good practice guidance, service models, assessment, and training and workforce development requirements. This accessible text is essential reading for commissioners and professionals - including psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, therapists, social workers and teachers - working in specialist CAMHS services, as well as all those studying for qualifications in child and adolescent mental health.

New Studies in European History - Madness, Religion and the State in Early Modern Europe: A Bavarian Beacon (Hardcover): David... New Studies in European History - Madness, Religion and the State in Early Modern Europe: A Bavarian Beacon (Hardcover)
David L. Ederer
R1,748 Discovery Miles 17 480 Special order

From the ideological crucible of the Reformation emerged an embittered contest for the human soul. In the care of souls, the clergy zealously dispensed spiritual physic; for countless early modern Europeans, the first echelon of mental health care. During its heyday, spiritual physic touched the lives of thousands, from penitents and pilgrims to demoniacs and mad people. Ironically, the phenomenon remains largely unexplored. Why? Through case histories from among the records of over 1,000 troubled and desperate individuals, this regional study of Bavaria investigates spiritual physic as a popular ritual practice during a tumultuous era of religious strife, material crises, moral repression and witch hunting. By the mid-seventeenth century, secular forces ushered in a psychological revolution across Europe. However, spiritual physic ensconced itself by proxy upon emergent bourgeois psychiatry. Today, its remnants raise haunting questions about science and the pursuit of objective knowledge in the ephemeral realm of human consciousness.

Redressing the Emperor - Improving Our Children's Public Mental Health System (Hardcover): John Lyons Redressing the Emperor - Improving Our Children's Public Mental Health System (Hardcover)
John Lyons
R942 Discovery Miles 9 420 Special order

Lyons provides a fresh and thought-provoking understanding of the children's public mental health system, as well as the need to foster its evolution and improvement. He presents the history of child mental health systems, including the U.S. system's roots and the early 19th-century case of the Wild Boy of Aveyron, which demonstrated the potentially therapeutic effects of environment. He shows us why modern leaders and presidents have issued calls for improvements to the U.S. child mental health system, and what barriers have slowed or even halted this evolution. Such barriers, Lyons explains, can be removed with community development and better clinical outcomes management. In addition to providing information for parents, family members, and advocates for improving the lives of children needing mental health care, this work will also interest clinicians, policy makers and students in social work, clinical psychiatry, public health and public policy.

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