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The diversity dashboard [electronic resource] : A manager's guide to navigating in cross-cultural turbulence by Milnes, Eilidh.; Swallow, Deborah.(SAGE)1924477;
Front Cover; Title Page; Title & Subtitle; Copyright; Table of Contents; Introduction; How to get the most of this book; 1. The cultural cockpit; 2. Your flight plan; 3. The diversity dashboard; 4. Initiative: individual or group; 5. Management: equality or hierarchy; 6. Leadership: got or given; 7. Communication: direct or indirect; 8. Trade: deal or relationship; 9. Decisions: head or heart; 10. Planning: goal-focused, work-life balance or ad hoc; 11. Productivity: effective, efficient or empathetic; 12. Rules: rigid or flexible; 13. Time: deadline or sometime; 14. Style: formal or informal15. Risk: do or don't16. Trust: open or closed; 17. Gender: inclusive or differentiated; 18. Resilience: face or no face; 19. Quick competence checks; 20. Cross-cultural competence; Endnote: coming in to land; Bibliography and useful links; IndexDiversity can be the cause of many problems at work and most people fail to recognise them. It is not just verbal expressions that cause confusion and distress. Beyond every gesture lies a world of meaning and interpretation. We do not all communicate in the same way. This, alongside strict policies around political correctness and inclusion, creates confusion, fear and a type of paralysis which can seriously undermine performance. 'The Diversity Dashboard' is a quick reference guide that aims to help managers to bridge the cultural gaps in their organisations. Swallow and Milnes use the analo
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Family Systems/Family Therapy : Applications for Clinical Practice. by Atwood, Joan D.(DLC)1811246;
Family Systems/ Family Therapy: Applications for Clinical Practice -- Copyright -- About the Editor -- Contents -- Introduction -- Section I: Family Therapy and the Family Health Systems -- A Research Revolution in Women's Health: Implications for Health Service Delivery -- The Implications of Female Risk Factors for Substance Abuse Prevention in Adolescent Girls -- Adolescent Dating Violence: A Multi-Systemic Approach of Enhancing Awareness in Educators, Parents, and Society -- Geriatric Care Management: The Art of Growing Older -- Alcohol and Other Drug Problems in Older Adults: Health and Human Service Professionals Need to Be Aware -- Section II: Family Therapy and the Legal System -- Order and the Court: Preliminary Ideas on Family Therapy with Divorcing Couples -- The Family Therapist in the Courts: The P.E.A.C.E. Program (Parent Education and Custody Effectiveness): A Voluntary New York State Interdisciplinary Program for Divorcing Parents -- Section III: Family Therapy and the Educational Systems -- Reconstructing the "Monsters" and the "Failures": Concerns and Issues for Professionals -- Integration of the Family Therapy Specialist into Public School Pupil Personnel Services -- Index.Use your family therapy skills to coordinate multidisciplinary teams! This comprehensive book examines family therapy issues in the context of the larger systems of health, law, and education. Family Systems/Family Therapy shows how family therapists can bring their skills to bear on a broad range of problems, both by considering the effects of larger social systems and by cooperating with professionals in other disciplines. Because family therapists are trained to understand how systems operate, they can offer wise guidance whether the dysfunction is occurring within the family system or between the individual and the larger systems of society. The studies and projects reported in Family Systems/Family Therapy demonstrate the ways in which family therapists can help create dialogues of inclusion to develop innovative, effective solution plans. The PEACE project, for example, brings together judges, attorneys, divorcing parents, and therapists to help children deal with the strains of divorce. Family Systems/Family Therapy includes both practical case histories and theoretical considerations. This thought-provoking book suggests areas in which an intersystems approach can be especially effective, including: preventing substance abuse in adolescent girls enhancing awareness of adolescent dating violence managing geriatric care, not just for the identified patient, but for the family as a whole doing court-ordered therapy for divorcing couples working with children labeled as difficult and their teachers Family Systems/Family Therapy will give family therapists a new vision of what they can achieve when working in the context of individuals, families, or the broader system.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Family Systems/Family Therapy : Applications for Clinical Practice. by Atwood, Joan D.(DLC)1811246;
Family Systems/ Family Therapy: Applications for Clinical Practice -- Copyright -- About the Editor -- Contents -- Introduction -- Section I: Family Therapy and the Family Health Systems -- A Research Revolution in Women's Health: Implications for Health Service Delivery -- The Implications of Female Risk Factors for Substance Abuse Prevention in Adolescent Girls -- Adolescent Dating Violence: A Multi-Systemic Approach of Enhancing Awareness in Educators, Parents, and Society -- Geriatric Care Management: The Art of Growing Older -- Alcohol and Other Drug Problems in Older Adults: Health and Human Service Professionals Need to Be Aware -- Section II: Family Therapy and the Legal System -- Order and the Court: Preliminary Ideas on Family Therapy with Divorcing Couples -- The Family Therapist in the Courts: The P.E.A.C.E. Program (Parent Education and Custody Effectiveness): A Voluntary New York State Interdisciplinary Program for Divorcing Parents -- Section III: Family Therapy and the Educational Systems -- Reconstructing the "Monsters" and the "Failures": Concerns and Issues for Professionals -- Integration of the Family Therapy Specialist into Public School Pupil Personnel Services -- Index.Use your family therapy skills to coordinate multidisciplinary teams! This comprehensive book examines family therapy issues in the context of the larger systems of health, law, and education. Family Systems/Family Therapy shows how family therapists can bring their skills to bear on a broad range of problems, both by considering the effects of larger social systems and by cooperating with professionals in other disciplines. Because family therapists are trained to understand how systems operate, they can offer wise guidance whether the dysfunction is occurring within the family system or between the individual and the larger systems of society. The studies and projects reported in Family Systems/Family Therapy demonstrate the ways in which family therapists can help create dialogues of inclusion to develop innovative, effective solution plans. The PEACE project, for example, brings together judges, attorneys, divorcing parents, and therapists to help children deal with the strains of divorce. Family Systems/Family Therapy includes both practical case histories and theoretical considerations. This thought-provoking book suggests areas in which an intersystems approach can be especially effective, including: preventing substance abuse in adolescent girls enhancing awareness of adolescent dating violence managing geriatric care, not just for the identified patient, but for the family as a whole doing court-ordered therapy for divorcing couples working with children labeled as difficult and their teachers Family Systems/Family Therapy will give family therapists a new vision of what they can achieve when working in the context of individuals, families, or the broader system.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Mental Health In Our Future Cities. by Goldberg, David.; Graham, Thornicroft.;
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Contributors -- Introduction: Mental health in our future cities -- 1. Nearly forgotten: The mental health needs of an urbanised planet -- Introduction -- Mental disorders in towns -- Opportunities for health care intervention in cities -- Possible areas of action -- Coda and invitation -- References -- 2. London's mental health services -- Context of mental health services in the UK -- Levels of mental health service need in London -- The King's Fund London Commission Report: 'London's Mental Health' -- The functioning of community mental health services in London -- Implications for London's mental health -- London's future mental health -- References -- 3. Mental health in Amsterdam -- The city of Amsterdam -- Mental health services -- Health care in Amsterdam: Facts -- Mental health service utilisation -- Discussion and future challenges -- Conclusion -- References -- 4. The city of Baltimore, USA: The Baltimore experience -- The city of Baltimore, USA -- Mental health services in Baltimore -- Choices in creating a local mental health authority -- System redesign: Lead agency -- Expanding and creating services in response to system-wide need -- Implications for other systems -- The future -- References -- 5. The city of Bangalore, India -- Introduction -- The city of Bangalore -- History of mental health services -- Mental health services -- Specialised features of the services -- The future -- References -- 6. Mental health in the city of Copenhagen, Denmark -- The city of Copenhagen -- General health services -- Development of psychiatric services in Denmark -- The psychiatric plan of 1993 -- Hospital Plan Year 2000 -- The present structure of services -- Provision and utilisation of psychiatric services -- Role of users and relatives -- Future challenges.References -- 7. Mental health in the city of Kobe, Japan -- The city of Kobe, Japan -- Mental health services in Kobe -- Some recent positive features of mental health services in Kobe -- Creating a focus upon users, carers, and human rights -- Service evaluation -- Future developments -- 8. The city of Madison, USA: The Madison Model, keeping the focus of treatment in the community -- The city of Madison, USA -- The adult mental health system -- The role of users in the system -- Future challenges -- Conclusion -- References -- 9. City of Porto Alegre, Brazil: The Brazilian concept of quality of life -- The city and its history -- Porto Alegre today -- Health -- Psychiatric morbidity indicators in Porto Alegre -- Community participation in the health system -- Integration between faculty and health services in teaching psychiatry -- Future challenges -- References -- 10. Mental health services in Sydney, Australia -- The city of Sydney, Australia -- The organisation of health care in Australia -- St Vincent's Hospital mental health services for the inner city sector -- Reflections: past and future -- References -- 11. Mental health in Tehran in the context of the national mental health programme of Iran -- General facts about Iran -- The health system -- Mental health -- The WHO healthy cities projects -- Discussion and future challenges -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 12. Community-based mental health care in Verona, Italy -- The city of Verona, Italy -- History of mental health services in Italy and in Verona -- The South-Verona community-based mental health service (CMHS) -- Other psychiatric services available for South-Verona residents -- User's organisation -- From service monitoring to service evaluation -- The outcome project -- Studies for evaluating costs -- Future challenges -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- References.13. Themes from the workshops -- Improvements to the community mental health services -- The need for housing -- Mental health in primary care -- User participation -- Divergent themes -- 14. Overview and emerging themes -- Overall comparisons between the cities -- The resources devoted to health -- Messages for London -- Use of non-professional staff -- Housing in the community -- Performance indicators in Madison -- Contributions by users -- Psychiatry limited -- Interesting innovations -- Levels of severity vs geographic catchment areas -- Primary care -- Concluding comments -- References -- Author index -- Subject index.Across the world, cities are becoming larger, as populations drift from the country into urban areas. At the same time, the mentally ill are leaving the mental hospitals and new forms of care are being found in the community. The best ways in which services for the mentally ill can be organized in the community is still a matter for debate, and as cities become larger problems may become greater.; This text compares mental health services in London with those in Amsterdam, Baltimore, Bangalore, Copenhagen, Kobe, Madison, Porto Alegre, Sydney, Teheran and Verona. It describes arrangements that work in practice, and includes some of the ideas and practices in mental health services.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Prevention : The Michigan Experience. by Hess, Robert E.;
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- Overview of Michigan Prevention Programming -- Background -- Administrative Parameters -- Areas of Programming -- The Future -- The Role of the Prevention Advisory Committee in Michigan -- History -- Accomplishments -- Discussion -- Infant Mental Health Services: A Newborn Screener -- Description of the BIA -- Method -- Results -- Discussion -- The Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health: Historical Context and Contemporary Status -- Historical Context -- Formation of MAIMH -- Activities of MAIMH -- Conclusion -- A Parent Education Project for Low-Income Families -- Method -- Results -- Discussion -- Training Preschool Children in Interpersonal Cognitive Problem-Solving Skills: A Replication -- Method -- Results -- Discussion -- Stress Management Training for Low-Income Women -- The Intervention -- Study 1: SMT as a Prevention Model -- Study 2: SMT as a Treatment Alternative -- Discussion -- A Community Model for Prevention Services -- Needs Assessment -- Core Project: Recruitment and Dissemination -- Linkages and Collaboration -- Advisory Committee -- Staffing -- Discussion -- Exploring Work as an Arena for Prevention Research: The Michigan Prevention Research Center -- Changes in the Labor Market in the '80s and Beyond -- Impact of Work Transitions -- The Michigan Prevention Research Center -- Current Activities and Future Plans of the Michigan Prevention Research Center -- Conclusion -- Publications -- The Michigan Program -- Specific Projects -- General Articles -- Instruments -- Videotapes.Providing practical information for all prevention professionals, this helpful volume presents an in-depth look at the excellent program models and prevention efforts used in the state of Michigan. Contributors discuss pilot demonstrations and model developments to illustrate what a state can do to further prevention efforts.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child mental health services -- Michigan.; Community mental health services -- Michigan.; Mental illness -- Prevention.;
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Prevention : The Michigan Experience. by Hess, Robert E.;
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- Overview of Michigan Prevention Programming -- Background -- Administrative Parameters -- Areas of Programming -- The Future -- The Role of the Prevention Advisory Committee in Michigan -- History -- Accomplishments -- Discussion -- Infant Mental Health Services: A Newborn Screener -- Description of the BIA -- Method -- Results -- Discussion -- The Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health: Historical Context and Contemporary Status -- Historical Context -- Formation of MAIMH -- Activities of MAIMH -- Conclusion -- A Parent Education Project for Low-Income Families -- Method -- Results -- Discussion -- Training Preschool Children in Interpersonal Cognitive Problem-Solving Skills: A Replication -- Method -- Results -- Discussion -- Stress Management Training for Low-Income Women -- The Intervention -- Study 1: SMT as a Prevention Model -- Study 2: SMT as a Treatment Alternative -- Discussion -- A Community Model for Prevention Services -- Needs Assessment -- Core Project: Recruitment and Dissemination -- Linkages and Collaboration -- Advisory Committee -- Staffing -- Discussion -- Exploring Work as an Arena for Prevention Research: The Michigan Prevention Research Center -- Changes in the Labor Market in the '80s and Beyond -- Impact of Work Transitions -- The Michigan Prevention Research Center -- Current Activities and Future Plans of the Michigan Prevention Research Center -- Conclusion -- Publications -- The Michigan Program -- Specific Projects -- General Articles -- Instruments -- Videotapes.Providing practical information for all prevention professionals, this helpful volume presents an in-depth look at the excellent program models and prevention efforts used in the state of Michigan. Contributors discuss pilot demonstrations and model developments to illustrate what a state can do to further prevention efforts.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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OECD Reviews of Health Care Quality [electronic resource]. by Publishing, OECD.;
Foreword; Acknowledgements; Table of contents; Acronyms and abbreviations; Executive summary; Assessment and recommendations; From quality assessment of single services to quality assuring whole pathways of care; Strengthening primary care; Better assurance for quality in long-term care; Improving care after hip fracture and stroke; Quality of health care in Sweden; Introduction; Context; Health system design; Assuring the quality of inputs to the Swedish health care system; Health system standards and guidelines; Measuring and reporting on qualityStrengthening the role of patients by capturing patient experiencesPublic reporting of performance; Health system improvement; Patient safety; Conclusions; Notes; Bibliography; Primary care and care co-ordination in Sweden; Introduction; The configuration of primary care in Sweden; Quality and outcomes of primary care in Sweden; Maximising primary care's contribution to high quality, co-ordinated care in Sweden; Conclusions; Note; Bibliography; Database references; Long-term care in Sweden; Introduction; Comparing long-term care in Sweden to other OECD countriesStrengthening measurement of LTC qualityReinforcing quality assurance to complement transparency and competition; Pursuing initiatives incentivising integration; Conclusions; Notes; Bibliography; Database references; Care after hip fracture and stroke in Sweden; Introduction; The burden of stroke and hip fracture in Sweden; Characteristics of high quality care after stroke or hip fracture; Quality initiatives and related outcomes in Sweden; The pathway of care after stroke or hip fracture in Sweden; Achieving better quality care after stroke and hip fracture; Conclusions; Note; BibliographyDatabase referencesThis report reviews the quality of health care in Sweden. It begins by providing an overview of the range of policies and practices aimed at supporting quality of care in Sweden (Chapter 1). It then focuses on three key areas particularly relevant to elderly populations: strengthening primary care in Sweden (Chapter 2), better assurance for quality in long-term care (Chapter 3), and improving care after hip fracture and stroke (Chapter 4). In examining these areas, this report highlights best practices and provides recommendations to improve the quality of care in Sweden.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Community mental health services; Delivery of Health Care.; Mental Disorders -- therapy.; Mental health services;
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Building Back Better : Sustainable Mental Health Care after Emergencies. by Organization, World Health.;
Cover -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- List of abbreviations -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY -- PART 1. SEEING OPPORTUNITY IN CRISIS: USING EMERGENCIES TO BUILD BETTER MENTAL HEALTH CARE -- Mental health challenges -- Mental health opportunities -- Mental health care during emergencies and early recovery -- Mental health care over the long term -- Purpose of this report -- Part 1 references -- PART 2. SEIZING OPPORTUNITY IN CRISIS: 10 CASE EXAMPLES -- Afghanistan -- Background and context -- Turning the emergency into an opportunity to build back better -- Overcoming ongoing challenges -- Contributors -- Related publications -- Burundi -- Background and context -- Turning the emergency into an opportunity to build back better -- Progress to date -- Overcoming ongoing challenges -- Contributors -- Related publications -- Indonesia (Aceh) -- Background and context -- Turning the emergency into an opportunity to build back better -- Progress to date -- Contributors (alphabetical) -- Related publications -- Iraq -- Background and context -- Turning the emergency into an opportunity to build back better -- Progress to date -- Overcoming ongoing challenges -- Contributors (alphabetical) -- Related publications -- Jordan -- Background and context -- Turning the emergency into an opportunity to build back better -- Progress to date -- Overcoming ongoing challenges -- Contributors -- Acknowledgement -- Related publications -- Kosovo -- Background and context -- Turning the emergency into an opportunity to build back better -- Progress to date -- Overcoming ongoing challenges -- Contributors (alphabetical) -- Related publications -- Somalia -- Background and context -- Turning the emergency into an opportunity to build back better -- Chain-Free Initiative -- Health worker training -- Mental health situation analysis -- Progress to date.Overcoming ongoing challenges -- Contributors -- Related publications -- Sri Lanka -- Background and context -- Turning the emergency into an opportunity to build back better -- Progress to date -- Overcoming ongoing challenges -- Contributors -- Related publications -- Timor-Leste -- Background and context -- Turning the emergency into an opportunity to build back better -- Progress to date -- Overcoming ongoing challenges -- Contributors -- Related publications -- West Bank and Gaza Strip -- Background and context -- Planning for reform during an emergency -- Progress to date -- Overcoming ongoing challenges -- Contributors -- Acknowledgement -- Related publications -- PART 3. SPREADING OPPORTUNITY IN CRISIS: LESSONS LEARNT AND TAKE HOME MESSAGES -- Conclusion -- Part 3 references.In spite of their tragic nature and notwithstanding the human suffering they create emergency situations are also opportunities to build better mental health care. The surge of aid combined with sudden focused attention on themental health of the population creates unparalleled opportunities to transform mentalhealth care for the long term. By publishing this information the World Health Organization aims to ensure that thosefaced with emergencies do not miss the opportunity for mental health reform.Emergencies are not only mental health tragedies but also powerful catalysts forachieving sustainable mental health care in affected communities. We do not knowwhere the next major emergency will be but we do know that those affected will havethe opportunity to build back better. Reading this publication is an excellent way toprepare for and respond to that eventuality. The ten cases that form the core of this report show how it can be done. Earlycommitment towards a longer-term perspective for mental health reform is key tosuccess. The report summarizes lessons learnt and key overlapping practices emergingfrom these experiences.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Helping the Helpers Not to Harm : by Caplan, Gerald.(DLC)1685527;
Cover -- Halftitle -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments-For Our Critics -- 1 Introduction -- 2 An Overview of Some Causative Factors -- 3 Some Typical Features of latrogenically Damaging Behavior -- 4 Professionals' Stereotypes, Premature Closure, and a Preplanned Outcome -- 5 Adoption, Secrecy, and the Hidden Agenda -- 6 A Loss of Professional Objectivity -- 7 Kafka's World -- 8 The Difficulties of Preventing Iatrogenic Damage -- 9 Some Suggested Solutions -- 10 Adapting Techniques of Mental Health Consultation to Influence Unwelcoming Agencies -- 11 Involvement of Judges -- 12 Our Response to Some Critics -- 13 Helping the Victims of Iatrogenic Damage -- Bibliography -- Index.The authors of this controversial volume have collected case studies and observational accounts of caregivers for over 15 years. Iatrogenic harm is a serious and widespread problem that many have been reluctant to speak out about for fear of being blacklisted by their colleagues. In writing this book the authors hope to establish guidelines that will help caregivers to recognize and deal with potentially harmful behavior thereby improving the standards of care for all patients.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Social Work in Mental Health [electronic resource] : Areas of Practice, Challenges, and Way Forward by Francis, Abraham P.;
Cover; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Prologue: The Making of the Book; Introduction; PART 1: Areas of Social Work Practice in Mental Health; 1 - Engaging Children with Mental Health Issues: Review of Approaches to Practice; 2 - School Mental Health Practice: Challenges for School Social Work in India; 3 - Child and Adolescent Mental Health in India; 4 - Psychosocial Intervention Model for the Well-being of Institutionalised and Non-institutionalised Adolescent Girls in the Institutions for Care; 5 - Gender-based Violence and Mental Health6 - Domestic Work and Migration: A Dual Burden to Women's Mental Health7 - Mental Health Issues of Home-based Elderly and Geriatric Social Work Intervention; 8 - Ageing, Religiosity and Mental Health: Some Reflections; 9 - Mental Health and Well-beingamong Older Persons: Gerontological Social Work Perspectives; 10 - Social Work Interventions for Comprehensive Psychosocial Care in Substance Use Disorders; 11 - The Dead End: Reflections on Suicide in Developing Economies of South-East Asia; PART 2 - Challenges and Way Forward12 - Social Justice and Human Rights Issues in Mental Health Practice13 - Ethical Considerations in Mental Health Research for Evidence-Based Practice; 14 - Community Mental Health and NGO Engagement: The Kerala Experience; 15 - Emerging Issues for Social Work Practice; 16 - Future Directions and Implications for Social Work Practice in Mental Health; Appendix 1; Appendix 2; About the Editor and Contributors; IndexBringing together a range of scholarly reflections and writings on the different roles of a social worker in the field of mental health, this book provides a holistic picture to introduce readers to the wider issues of social work and mental health practice.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Community mental health services; India -- Social conditions.; Psychiatric social work -- India.;
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