Social Work and Global Mental Health: Research and Practice Perspectives

Social Work and Global Mental Health: Research and Practice Perspectives

by Serge Dumont, Myreille St-Onge

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781317993834
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/13/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 306
File size: 779 KB

About the Author

Serge Dumont and Myreille St-Onge are affiliated with the School of Social Work, Laval University, Quebec, Canada.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

1. Social Work and the Development of a More Compassionate World: Experiences and Knowledge to Share  Myreille St-Onge and Serge Dumont

SECTION 1: MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH IN SOCIAL WORK

2. Mental Health Services Research and its Impact on Social Work Practice with Adults with Severe Mental Illness  Phyllis Solomon

3. The Challenges of Implementing an Evidence-Based Practice to Meet Consumer and Family Needs in a Managed Behavioural Health Care Environment  Mary C. Ruffolo, Sue Ann Savas, David Neal, Jeff Capobianco, and Kathy Reynolds

4. Needed: Critical Thinking About Psychiatric Medications  David Cohen

5. Beyond Survivorship: Achieving a Harmonious Equilibrium Using a Chinese Medicine Framework in Health and Mental Health  S. M. Ng, Cecilia Chan, Pamela P.Y. Leung, Celia H.Y. Chan, and Josephine K.Y. Yau

6. A Critical Approach to Pedagogy in Mental Health  Marty Dewees and Lisa K. Lax

7. Ethnopsychiatric Approach to Immigration and Mental Health  Marie-Rosaire Kalanga Wa Tshisekedi

8. Aging and Mental Health  Neena L. Chappell

9. Representations of Elderly with Mental Health Problems Held by Psychosocial Practitioners from Community and Institutional Settings  Bernadette Dallaire, Michael McCubbin, Normand Carpentier, and Michele Clément

10. Intensive Youth Outreach in Mental Health—An Integrated Framework for Understand and Intervention  Victoria Ryall, Alessandra Radovini, Leanne Crothers, Carsten Schley, Karen Fletcher, Simon Nudds, and Cate Groufsky

11. The Young Schema Questionnaire in Group Therapy: A Client-Focused Approach  Kathy Fitzsimmons, Sheila Gallagher, Sandra Blayone, Debbie Chan, Wendy Leaitch, Nancy Veals, and Nancy Wilkinson

SECTION 2: VIOLENCE, TRAUMA AND RESILIENCE

12. Responding to the Individual Trauma of Domestic Violence: Challenges for Mental Health Professionals  Catherine Humphreys

13. Violence in the Lives of Lesbian Women: Implications for Mental Health  Batya Hyman

14. Reclaiming Stolen Identities: Resilience and Social Justice in Mid-Life  Carol Irizarry

15. Psychiatry, Testimony and Shoah: Reconstructing the Narratives of the Muted  Baruch Greenwald, Oshrit Ben-Ari, Rael D. Strous, and Dori Lau

SECTION 3: SOCIAL POLICY

16. Evidence-Based Policy and Social Work in Health and Mental Health  Edward J. Mullen

17. Policy Barriers to the Employment of People Experiencing Psychiatric Disabilities  Janki Shankar

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