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Creativity in Times of Constraint : A Practitioner's Companion in Mental Health and Social Care. by Wilson, Jim.(DLC)1760945;
COVER -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- ABOUT THE AUTHOR -- SERIES EDITORS' FOREWORD -- FOREWORD -- PROLOGUE Woolwich Barracks from the bus -- INTRODUCTION -- CHAPTER ONE Systemic humanism and the ethics of practice -- CHAPTER TWO Hope, and doing what is possible -- CHAPTER THREE Exploring creativity in context -- CHAPTER FOUR Listening and responding: ethical practices and constraints -- CHAPTER FIVE Co-creative supervision and practice: experiment, improvise, and perform -- CHAPTER SIX Forces that push us from behind -- CHAPTER SEVEN How do we keep on keeping on? -- EPILOGUE The journey home -- NOTE -- REFERENCES -- INDEX.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Mental Health Issues and the University Student [electronic resource]. by Iarovici, Doris.;
""Cover""; ""Contents""; ""List of Tables and Figures""; ""PART I: THE STUDENT IN CONTEXT: The Interdependent Campus""; ""1 Crisis on the College Campus?""; ""2 The Changing Face of the American University Student""; ""3 Generational Issues on Campus""; ""4 The Psychiatrist�s Role in College Mental Health""; ""PART II: CLINICAL CHALLENGES""; ""5 Sleep Problems on Campus""; ""6 Alcohol on Campus""; ""7 Non-alcohol Substance Abuse on Campus""; ""8 Loneliness and Relationships on Campus""; ""9 Perfectionism""; ""10 Clash of Cultures: International Students""""11 Clash of Cultures: LGBT Students""""12 Disordered Eating""; ""13 Difficulty Concentrating""; ""14 Anxiety""; ""15 Depression and Other Mood Problems""; ""16 Psychotic Symptoms""; ""17 Emergency Situations on Campus""; ""18 Impulse Control Problems, Behavioral Addictions, and Other Problematic Behaviors""; ""19 The Nontraditional Student""; ""20 Models of Treatment""; ""21 Treatment Challenges in the University Population""; ""Epilogue. Student Emotional Well-Being: Looking toward the Future""; ""Notes""; ""Index""; ""A""; ""B""; ""C""; ""D""; ""E""; ""F""; ""G""; ""H""; ""I""; ""J""""K""""L""; ""M""; ""N""; ""O""; ""P""; ""R""; ""S""; ""T""; ""V""; ""W""; ""Y""; ""Z""
Subjects: Electronic books.; Mental health services;
© 2014., Johns Hopkins University Press,
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Complex Pain [electronic resource (video)] / by Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; ABC International.;
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (1:47) -- When Pain Becomes a Disease (1:19) -- What Triggers Complex Pain? (1:13) -- Brain Control of Pain (1:29) -- Chronic Pain and Brain Wiring (1:16) -- Life's Dark Moments (1:21) -- Desperate Measures (2:16) -- CRPS Interventions (2:11) -- Brain Rewiring (2:14)This video segment puts a spotlight on complex regional pain syndrome: a condition where pain never goes away after an injury and even gets worse. The pain becomes a disease in its own right.6 & up.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Mode of access: Internet.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Videorecording.; Internet videos.; Educational films.; Mental health services; Pain;
© [2012], c2009., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Counseling Students in Levels 2 and 3 : A PBIS/RTI Guide. by Shepard, Jon M.; Shahidullah, Jeffrey D. (Duke).; Carlson, John S. (Steven).;
Cover Page -- Halftitle -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- About the Authors -- Part I The Role of Responsive School-Based Counseling in PBIS/RTI -- 1 Integrated School Mental Health Programming -- 2 The Need for Mental Health Counseling in Schools -- 3 Counseling Students Within the Secondary -- 4 Counseling Students Within Special Education -- 5 Effective and Efficient Counseling -- 6 Evidence-Based Counseling in Schools -- 7 Developing and Assessing Counseling Interventions -- 8 Case Studies -- Part II: Special Topics in School-Based Counseling -- 9 Developing Clinical Skills -- 10 Special Topics in School-Based Counseling -- Resource A: Treatment Integrity Checklist -- Resource B: Intervention Planning Form -- Resource C: Resources for Counselors, Students, and Parents -- Resource D: Evidence-Based Interventions, Programs, and Manuals -- Resource E: ABC Observation Form -- Resource F: Daily Behavior Rating Form (Teacher) -- Resource G: Counselor Self-Evaluation Survey -- Resource H: Personal and Professional Growth Plan Form -- References -- Index.Target interventions to the students who need help the most! How do you make counseling effective and efficient when both counselors and students are pressed for time? The answer: by identifying and working with students who are most in need of counseling services through a PBIS/RTI framework. This user-friendly guide presents three counseling approaches designed to work at levels 2 and 3 of the PBIS and RTI frameworks. Here you'll find: Evidence-based interventions and counseling best practices Guidance on successful implementation within a PBIS/RTI framework Forms and resources to help busy professionals Case studies, vignettes, and practical examples.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.
Subjects: Electronic books.; School mental health services.;
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Whole : What Teachers Need to Help Students Thrive. by Miller, Rex.(SAGE)1753220; Latham, Bill.; Baird, Kevin.; Kinder, Michelle.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Thank You, Underwriters -- Thank You, Summit Hosts -- Thank You, Specialists -- About the Authors -- Part 1 Dying to Teach -- Chapter 1 Dying to Teach -- Who Cares? -- The Next Jump -- "I Just Got a View of Everything I Can't Do" -- Wounded Warriors -- "A Thousand Invisible Betrayals of Purpose" -- Notes -- Chapter 2 Schools Are Killing More than Creativity -- The Learning Flywheel -- Teachers and Students Relationships -- Why Mastery? -- What Is Mastery by Default? -- The Caregiver's Dilemma -- What about Students Who Disconnect? -- What about Students Who Connect with Reality? -- Notes -- Chapter 3 Fear Is the Off Switch -- Fight or Flight -- Cat Hair Contagion -- An Amygdala Hijack -- Jumping to Conclusions -- Hijack in the Hallways -- A New Story for Schools? -- Notes -- Chapter 4 The Body Remembers -- PostSecret: The Power of Releasing Secrets -- A New Understanding of Emotional Hygiene for Teachers -- Trauma Is Now a Classroom Norm -- "Oh, Daddy, I Can't See. What's Happening?" -- Unraveling Michelle's Mystery -- Let's Start by Washing Our Hands -- Removing the Stigma -- Notes -- Chapter 5 Having the Stress Conversation in Your School -- The Art of Story Telling -- The Truth About Stress -- Emily's Story -- What Happens in Holland Stays in Holland -- Part 2 Changing the Story of Education -- Chapter 6 To Change the Story -- The Power of Story -- Reclaiming the Narrative: Teachers Speak -- The Superhero Story -- From What's Wrong to What's Strong: The Atlanta Story -- DaVerse Lounge: Rewriting the ACE Stories -- Time to Stand and Deliver -- Notes -- Chapter 7 The Early Childhood Challenge: Pay Me Now or Pay Me Later -- A Day at the Early Learning Center -- Deep Design -- Pay Now or Pay More Later -- The Kindergarten Effect on Earnings.The Momentous Institute: Getting Beyond Sucking Up, Giving Up, or Blowing Up -- Notes -- Chapter 8 The Teacher Athlete -- Addicted -- Heart Rate Variability (HRV) -- WHOOP and HRV Technology -- Restoring Vitality -- Is the Strain of Teaching on the Level of Professional Sports? -- Notes -- Chapter 9 Are Schools the New Field Hospitals? -- A System at the End of an Era -- Kintsugi: Golden Joinery -- M*A*S*H and Pope Francis -- Teachers at Risk -- Start with the Basics -- What Does a Field Hospital Need? -- Teacher Physicians -- What Is a School? -- Notes -- Chapter 10 "Shots Fired" -- Welcome to the Era of Wicked Problems -- Three Schools, Three Strategies -- Common Traps -- Hard Conversations -- What Can We Do? -- The Real Villain -- Notes -- Chapter 11 Do Healthy Buildings Improve Learning? -- From Green to WELL -- How to Live and Work Healthier -- The Building Is a Teacher -- Lee Elementary: The Bridge between Greenand WELL Buildings -- It's Time to Play Catch Up. Fast -- Things You Can Begin to Do Now -- Notes -- Chapter 12 The Heart-to-Head Connection: Managing Emotions to Support the Brain -- The Contagion Effect -- Imagine Augmented Reality and Classroom Management -- Response-to-Intervention: The Conventional Approach -- Educating the Heart-Brain Connection -- Coherence and Incoherence -- How Do We Start? -- Notes -- Chapter 13 Community Before Curriculum -- Scalable Simplicity -- When Social Capital Is Lost -- From a Community of Strangers to Our Town -- Holland, Michigan: A Story of Renewal -- Where to Begin Building Scalable Simplicity -- What Is Revillaging? -- Notes -- Part 3 Putting Into Practice -- Chapter 14 Waking the Dead: The Sleep Solution -- Dan's First Experiment -- Dan's Second Experiment -- When Change Affects the Body and Soul -- Could Sleep Be a Silver Bullet? -- The Circadian Rhythm Shift -- The Hamilton High Survey.Why Deep Sleep (SWS) Is Critical -- REM Sleep -- The Sleep-Deprived Brain and Risk -- What Are the Possibilities? -- Your Sleep Audit -- Notes -- Chapter 15 The Magic of Movement and Mini-Breaks -- Mrs. O -- Stand or Sit? -- Network Effects -- Whatever Happened to Recess? -- The Cost of Maximizing Classroom Time -- N.E.A.T.: A Simple Way to Make Big Differences -- Reminder from Little Hawks -- Notes -- Chapter 16 Physical Education: The Gathering Storm -- The Real Villain -- Houston, We've Got a Problem -- How Did We Get Here? -- How Physical Fitness Became a Strategic Initiative to National Security -- The Perfect Storm -- Growing Up in the Era of the President's Council on Physical Fitness -- Why We Need PE in School More than Ever -- Bold Leadership for Physical Fitness -- A New Generation of Physical Fitness -- Physical Education Curriculum Beliefs -- A New Commitment to Health -- Notes -- Chapter 17 How Small Changes Make Big Impacts -- A Voice of Hope: North Rowan High School, Spencer, NC -- Lessons for Healing Children -- Publicolor: "Injecting Joy in Lifeless Places" -- A Small Nudge in the Right Direction -- What is a Nudge? -- How Do We Make Our Choices? -- The Six Pillars to Effective Nudges -- Gardens: A Forgotten Teacher of Wisdom and Truth -- The Green Bronx Machine: "Planting Seeds, Harvesting Hope" -- What Does This Mean? -- Notes -- Chapter 18 Leading Change: From Compliance to Ownership -- Moving to Jazz -- The Worlds of PUSH and PULL -- The Journey from Compliance to Ownership -- The Ownership Model of Education -- The Distributive Leadership Model -- Thinking Creatively Inside the Box -- "You Have to Be Fearless" -- The Chick-fil-A Model -- What Does That "Point of Excellence" Look Like? -- New Leaders Manage the Emotional Journey of Their Organizations -- Notes -- Chapter 19 What Teachers Really Need to Help Students Thrive.The Classroom Battlefield -- Teaching and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance -- Dying to Teach -- The Cowboy Yogi -- Settle Your Glitter -- Pay Attention to What You Pay Attention To -- Make Room for Joy and Play -- Running on Empty -- Essential Conversations -- Don't Wait for Permission -- Notes -- Appendix A Contributors -- Lead Contributors -- Summit Leaders -- Summit Participant or Contributor -- Appendix B Sleep Hygiene Tips -- Note -- Works Cited and Further Reading -- Index -- EULA.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; School mental health services.;
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A Manifesto for Mental Health : Why We Need a Revolution in Mental Health Care. by Kinderman, Peter.;
Intro -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- Care rather than Containment -- Morality -- Of course, the Brain is Important -- Making Sense of Things -- Only Us: Labels are for Objects, not People -- A New Ethos -- 2 Events and Consequences -- Wilful Ignorance -- Spectra and Continua -- Cowardice, Sickness and Empathy -- Commonplace Trauma -- 'Prevention is better than Cure' -- Deprivation -- Political Failure -- 3 We are not the Slaves of our Brains -- The Science of the Brain -- The Brain and Genes -- Biological Psychology, is there any other Kind? -- 1.8 Million new Synapses a Second -- The Brain and the Environment -- Deliberately Altering Brain Chemistry -- Interactions -- Psychological Vulnerability -- Inflammation: The new Hot Topic -- A Personal Story -- An Envelope Falls on the Mat -- 4 Making Sense of Things -- Levels of Explanation -- The European Commission Green Paper-'A Multiplicity of Factors' -- The Biopsychosocial Model -- Learning -- We Are All Imperfect Learners -- There Is No 'Normal' and 'Abnormal' Psychology -- A New Account-The Mediating Psychological Processes Model -- We are Shaped by our Thoughts -- Testing This Idea -- 5 Labels are for Products, not People -- A Peculiar Circular Logic -- Why, and How, Do We Diagnose 'Mental Illnesses'? -- The World Health Organization's International Standard Classification of Diseases, Injuries and Causes of Death-ICD-10 -- American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual-DSM-5 -- Reliability -- Validity -- 'Oppositional Defiant Disorder'…Really? -- On Being Sane in Insane Places -- Utility -- What Utility? -- Statistical Relationships are not Diagnoses -- Continua -- Attempts to Define 'Bullshit' -- Our Lives in Context -- Real Experiences but Non-existent Illnesses -- 6 Appreciating the Functions of Diagnoses -- People are Reassured by Diagnoses.The Apparent Unavoidability of Diagnosis -- Diagnosis and Gate-Keeping -- Medical Records -- The Equality Act 2010 -- The Mental Health Act -- The Mental Capacity Act -- Pensions and Occupational Benefits -- Welfare Benefits -- Criminal Justice -- 7 A Phenomenological Approach -- The use of Existing 'Phenomenological Codes' -- Why don't we just do it? -- Recognising Causes in the Real World -- Again, why don't we just do it? -- Changing Language -- 8 Formulation and the Scientific Method -- Psychological Formulations -- Formulation as a Multidisciplinary Skill -- 9 The Drugs don't Work: The Difference Between Curing and Helping -- Drugs are Drugs -- The Prevalence of Prescription -- A Pill to take away your Sadness -- Are Antidepressants Really 'Antidepressants', or Merely Drugs? -- Pills to Take Away Your Madness -- So Why Do We Take Them? -- Drugs Are Drugs -- Side Effects, Withdrawal and Addiction -- Pill Shaming -- Stop Pushing the Drugs…and Offer Real Alternatives -- 10 Residential Care: Hotels not Hospitals -- Care or Coercion? -- Autonomy -- Physical Health -- Social Breakdown -- Where Would I Go in a Crisis? -- 11 The Mental Health Act -- Too Much Coercion? -- Do we need the Law at all? -- The Mental Health Act -- A Psychosocial Perspective -- 55 Steps Towards Autonomy -- Autonomy and Capacity -- Warrants -- Psychologists and Compulsion -- 12 Working Practices -- Access to and Provision of Services -- Teams, Multidisciplinary Teams and Democratic Multidisciplinary Teams -- Psychology -- Psychologists as Prescribers? -- Social Work -- Psychiatry -- Nursing -- Occupational Therapy -- Is This Really a Change? -- 13 The Social and Political Prerequisites for Genuine Psychological Health and Wellbeing -- Maladjusted … to Injustice -- Psychologists and Human Rights -- Psychologists for Social Change -- Social Agents in a Social Model -- The NHS.Psychological Health Care in an Age of (Continuing) Austerity -- 14 A Manifesto -- A Paradigm Shift -- A Manifesto -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Mental health services.;
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Public Mental Health Today [electronic resource] : A Handbook by Goldie, Isabella.;
""Cover""; ""Contents""; ""About the contributors""; ""Chapter 1: Introduction""; ""Chapter 2: Understanding mental health""; ""Chapter 3: Adopting a mental health promotion approach to public mental health""; ""Chapter 4: Some sociological aspects of public mental health""; ""Chapter 5: Improving public mental health: the European context""; ""Chapter 6: Measuring success: developing mental health indicators""; ""Chapter 7: Early years and public health: a case study from the Glasgow experience""""Chapter 8: Promoting mental health and preventing mental health problems through school settings""""Chapter 9: The mental health of veterans""; ""Chapter 10: Later life: challenges and opportunities""; ""Chapter 11: Mental well-being and black and minority ethnic communities: conceptual and practical issues""; ""Chapter 12: Gender and mental health""; ""Chapter 13: Improving public mental health: the role of people with a psychiatric diagnosis""; ""Chapter 14: Stigma and discrimination""; ""Chapter 15: Reflections upon practice and partnership working for mental health improvement""""Chapter 16: Meeting the mental health needs of young people: a GP's perspective""""Chapter 17: Place and space""; ""Chapter 18: Strengthening mental health within communities""; ""Chapter 19: The role of community development in tackling mental health inequalities""; ""Chapter 20: Improving mental health through participatory arts""; ""Chapter 21: Work and public mental health: welfare and well-being in and through employment""; ""Chapter 22: Economics""
Subjects: Electronic books.; Mental health -- Great Britain.; Mental health services -- Great Britain.;
© 2014., Pavilion Publishing,
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Community and in-Home Behavioral Health Treatment. by Westbrook, Lynne Rice.;
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- List of Figures, Tables, and Boxes -- Preface: Why I Wrote This Book -- Acknowledgments -- List of Abbreviations and Acronyms -- 1 Behavioral Health Needs -- Behavioral Health: A Changing Landscape -- Current Behavioral Health Needs -- Identifying Trends in Treatment -- 2 Traditional Treatment Settings -- Continuum of Treatment Settings -- Restrictive Settings Are Not the Best Option for Most Behavioral Disorders -- 3 Behavioral Health Treatment in the Home, School, and Natural Community -- Why Treatment Setting Is Important -- Coverage Considerations -- Home-, School-, and Natural Community-Based Services -- Consumer Case Examples (Home-, School-, and Natural Community-Based) -- Providers Working Together -- Specific Services -- Applying Skills in the Real World Environment -- 4 Evidence-Based Intervention -- Evidence-Based Practice -- Types of Evidence-Based Practice -- Cultural Considerations -- 5 Assessment and Treatment Planning -- Building Rapport in Home- and Natural Community-Based Settings -- Early Identification and Strengths-Based Assessment -- Person-Centered Treatment Planning -- Treatment Planning Components -- 6 Resource Support Meetings and Identifying Informal Support Systems -- Resource Support Meeting Process -- Identifying Informal Support Systems the Consumer Can Utilize in His or Her Own Community -- 7 Discharge Planning -- Nuts and Bolts of the Discharge Process -- Step-Down in Services -- Discharge Summary -- Areas of Support -- 8 Challenges and How to Overcome Them -- Logistics -- Expense -- Documentation -- HIPAA in the Field -- Job Stress -- Safety in the Field -- 9 Success in My Own Environment -- Home and Community Services Work -- Service Setting Case Study -- Expanding Home-, School-, and Natural Community-Based Services -- International Spotlight.Consumers and Providers Working Together for Change -- Putting It All Together -- Appendix A Evidence-Based Practice Resources That Are Accessible on the World Wide Web -- Appendix B Evidence-Based Recommendations for Implementation of Behavioral Health and Substance Use Interventions by Non-Specialist Providers -- Appendix C Evidence-Based Programs and Practices Evaluated in Home-Based Settings for Children and Adolescents (Behavioral Health and Substance Use Issues) -- Appendix D Evidence-Based Programs and Practices Evaluated in Home-Based Settings for Adults (Behavioral Health and Substance Use Issues) -- Appendix E Evidence-Based Programs and Practices Evaluated in Other Community-Based Settings (e.g., natural community settings, schools, juvenile justice, community meeting rooms, multimedia) for Children and Adolescents (Behavioral Health and Substance Use Issues) -- Appendix F Evidence-Based Programs and Practices Evaluated in Other Community-Based Settings (e.g., natural community settings, jail or detention settings, community meeting rooms, multimedia) for Adults (Behavioral Health and Substance Use Issues) -- Index.Learn how you can cut down on rapport-building time, make your services accessible to more people, and put your consumers at ease during treatment by offering in-home and natural community-based behavioral health services. This book examines the impact that the environment can have on the comfort level, perception, ability to connect, and general mindset of consumers during treatment. Home and natural community-based services have the potential to help adults, youth, and children live in their own homes and natural communities with specific supports in place that can address their behavioral health needs. Lynne Rice Westbrook examines these treatment settings from the most restrictive to the least restrictive, and demonstrates how such services can be implemented to bring coverage to remote, rural, and underserved areas. Providing services in the consumer's community allows children, youth, adults, and families to receive treatment they may not be able to access otherwise, and to stay together in their own community. This book provides a detailed map of the benefits, challenges and proposed solutions, and the steps professionals need to take in order to help change the tapestry of behavioral health provision one home, one healing at a time.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Home-based mental health services.;
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Polypharmacy [electronic resource (video)] : The Dangers of Mixing Too Many Medications / by Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; ABC International.;
Phenomenon of Polypharmacy (2:23) -- A Cocktail of Drugs (2:58) -- Long Term Effects Unknown (2:24) -- Focusing on Pharmacies (1:21) -- Back on Track (1:10)Nowadays there's a pill for just about everything. And it seems the older you are, the more you take. Up to 40% of elderly people take five or more medications every day. In this video clip Dr. Maryanne Demasi investigates the phenomenon known as "polypharmacy", where patients are on multiple medications, some of which are doing more harm than good.6 & up.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Mode of access: Internet.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Videorecording.; Internet videos.; Educational films.; Mental health services; Medication errors;
© [2012], c2010., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Assessment, Intervention, and Treatment [electronic resource (video)] / by Cengage Learning (Firm)(SAGE)1925399; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584;
Neurology (1:15) -- Psychopharmacology (3:45) -- Types of Psychotropics (3:21) -- Assessment (4:12) -- Intervention (4:19) -- Treatment (6:19) -- Credits: Assessment, Intervention, and Treatment: Psychotropic Medications (0:55)This program gives an overview of assessment techniques, immediate intervention strategies, and definitive treatment of patients with psychiatric disorders. After a brief historical summary, the video discusses the role of neurotransmitters using animated visuals, then outlines the classes of psychotropic medications.12 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Drugs; Mental health services; Psychotropic drugs.;
© [2013], c2005., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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