Psychiatric Rehabilitation:

ISBN-10: 012387002X
ISBN-13: 9780123870025
Edition: 2013
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List price: $69.95
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Academic Pr
Binding: Cloth Text 
Pages: 464
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.838
Language: English

The 3rd Edition of Psychiatric Rehabilitation is updated to reflect a field that has grown tremendously since its initial publication in 1999. With increased funding, evidence-based practice guidelines, a certification program, and increased academic programs at graduate and undergraduate levels, the volume of information in this area keeps expanding exponentially. This book was written explicitly to serve as a text for the field and follows a logical progression from an intro to the field to the symptoms and etiology of severe mental illness, to treatment and outcome in a variety of settings. The new edition discusses the latest changes in DSM-V regarding diagnosis, new information on evidence-based treatment, and skills training across mental disorders for better daily living, taking into account patient physical as well as mental health in treatment planning and outcome assessment. Instructor website with PowerPoint slides and test questions Biographical sketches and class exercises now hosted on website New coverage of DSM-V diagnosis, evidence-based treatment, and daily living skills training Retains case studies, boxed controversial issues, glossary

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Understanding the Nature of Severe Mental Illness
The Experience of Mental Illness
Introduction
The Story of Paul
The Serious Mental Illnesses
Psychiatric Disability
The Stigma of Major Mental Illness
What Does the Term "Psychiatric Rehabilitation" Mean?
Summary
Symptoms and Etiology of Serious Mental Illness
Introduction
Symptoms
Phases of Schizophrenia
Mood Disorders
How Are Schizophrenia and Mood Disorders Different?
Relevance to Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Dual Diagnosis and Co-occurring Disorders
Etiology
Summary
Course, Treatment, and Outcome of Severe Mental Illnesses
Introduction
Course
Treatment
Understanding Course, Treatment, and Outcome: What Is Not Known Can Hurt!
Summary
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Principles and Methodology
The Goals, Values, and Guiding Principles of Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Introduction
The Concept of Recovery
The Ongoing Study of Recovery
Recovery-oriented Mental Health Systems
The Goals, Values, and Guiding Principles of Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Ethics
The Future of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Thought and Practice
Summary
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Methods
Introduction
Hallmarks of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Process
The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Process
Evaluating Rehabilitation Progress
Summary
Applications of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Principles and Methodology
Health and Wellness
The Story of Ted
Overview of the Problem
Factors That Contribute to Poor Health
Health Problems Interfere with the Attainment of Rehabilitation Goals
Strategies for Addressing Comorbid Illnesses
Promotion of Readiness for Lifestyle Changes
Wellness
Community-based Group Interventions
Summary
Psychiatric Day Programming
Introduction
Partial Hospitalization
The Development of Partial Hospitalization Programs
Components of a Psychiatric Day Program
The Development of Clubhouse Programs
The Story of Jill, Affinity House Member
Evaluating Psychiatric Day Programs
State-of-the-Art Psychiatric Rehabilitation Day Programming
Summary
Assertive Community Treatment and Case Management
Introduction
The Need for Continuity of Care
A Nonsystem System
Risk of Rehospitalization
Awareness of the Need for Care Coordination at the National Level
Case Management
The Story of Micky
Development of Assertive Community Treatment: A Practical Innovation
Evaluating Case Management
Fidelity and ACT
ACT as an Early Intervention Strategy
ACT and Persons in the Criminal Justice System
Other Case Management Approaches for Jail Diversion Purposes
ACT Comes of Age as a Program and a Professional Specialty
The Future of ACT and Case Management Approaches
Summary
Co-occurring Disorders and Integrated Treatment
Introduction
History of Co-occurring Disorders Treatment
Fundamental Strategies for Providing Integrated Co-occurring Disorders Treatment (ICDT)
Stages of Change: Applying Motivational Interviewing
Principles of Treatment for People with Co-occurring Disorders
Integrated Services: An Evidence-based Practice
Roger's Story
Summary
Employment
Introduction
Barriers to Employment
Developing Vocational Services
Supported Employment
Supported Employment: An Evidence-based Practice
Transitional Employment: Forerunner to SE
Carl's Story
Other Vocational Services
Summary
Supported Education
Introduction
Benefits of Supported Education
Barriers to Education
History of the Supported Education Model
An Individual Placement and Support/Choose-Get-Keep-Leave Framework
Jose's Story
Applying Psychiatric Rehabilitation Principles to Supported Education
Research on Supported Education
Dissemination of Supported Education
Future Directions in Supported Education
Summary
Residential Services and Independent Living
Introduction
History of Residential Services
Stigma and Residential Treatment Programs
Emergence of the Linear Continuum Paradigm
Supported Housing: A Better Approach to Residential Services
Housing First
Impact of the Olmstead v. L.C. Decision on Residential Service Models
Implementing the Supported Housing Approach
Summary
Self-help and Peer-delivered Services
Introduction
Defining Mutual Self-help and Peer Support
The History of the Self-help Movement
Self-help for Persons with Co-occurring Disorders
Individualized Self-help Strategies
Self-advocacy: Another Form of Self-help
Mental Health Mutual Support Groups
Beyond Self-help: The Emergence of Peer-provided Services
History of the Consumer/Peer Provider Movement
Research on the Effectiveness of Self-help and Peer-delivered Services
Peer-provided Services: Feasibility and Perceived Benefits
The Issue of Disclosure
Are Peer Providers as Effective as Other Providers?
Consumer-operated Services as an Evidence-based Practice
Summary
The Role of the Family in Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Introduction
Working with Families and Psychiatric Rehabilitation Principles
Family Interventions
Family Psychoeducation: An Evidence-based Practice
Family to Family Initiatives
The Concept of Family Recovery
Familial Strengths and Resilience
Summary
Psychiatric Rehabilitation in Acute Care and Hospital Settings
Introduction
A 19th-century Institution in the 21st Century
Comparison and Contrast with Today's Hospitals
The Olmstead Decision
The Many Meanings of the "Shame of the States"
-Functions of State Psychiatric Hospitals
Length of Hospital Stay and Rehabilitation Outcome
Population Served by State Psychiatric Hospitals
Challenges in the Hospital Environment
Beyond Eliminating Restraints: Is Psychiatric Rehabilitation Possible in me Hospital Setting?
Are Hospital Staff Members Open to Learning Psychiatric Rehabilitation?
Case Study of a Hospital Implementing Individualized Psychiatric Rehabilitation
What Keeps People from Having to Return to the Hospital?
Are There Alternatives to Hospitals?
Approaches That May Be More Consistent with Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Summary
Glossary
References
Index

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