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Assertive Outreach in Mental Healthcare: Current Perspectives explores experiences, successes, interventions, and service user stories as well as lessons learned from the implementation experience surrounding assertive intervention. It provides a synthesis of expert experience in the field as well as experiences of grass roots team practitioners.This book makes a valuable contribution to the field by addressing in depth a wide range of topics critical to the delivery of assertive outreach services and providing practitioners with a manual into which they can feed lessons learned from other…mehr

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Assertive Outreach in Mental Healthcare: Current Perspectives explores experiences, successes, interventions, and service user stories as well as lessons learned from the implementation experience surrounding assertive intervention. It provides a synthesis of expert experience in the field as well as experiences of grass roots team practitioners.This book makes a valuable contribution to the field by addressing in depth a wide range of topics critical to the delivery of assertive outreach services and providing practitioners with a manual into which they can feed lessons learned from other teams for continuous service improvement. This book is an essential reference for anyone with an interest in assertive outreach and community treatment approaches in mental health. Special features: Provides a contemporary analysis of current service developments in the area Written by experts in the field Covers cross-cutting issues relevant to all areas of community mental health care Includes multiple perspectives: service user, researcher, service manager, commissioner, clinician and carer Covers both service delivery and therapeutic interventions Explores how the assertive outreach model is applied in the UK and Europe

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 272
  • Erscheinungstermin: 08.02.2011
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781444393309
  • Artikelnr.: 38306830
Autorenporträt
Caroline Williams is Company Director of User FriendlyPsychiatry Ltd and a Programme Director and Clinical Tutor atLancaster University. She was previously Assertive Outreach Managerat Five Borough Partnership NHS Trust, Warrington, Merseyside andhas provided consultancy and training to Assertive Outreach teamsin England and Wales. Caroline was also a National Steering GroupMember of the National Forum for Assertive Outreach.

Mike Firn is Clinical Service Development Lead at SouthWest London & St. George's Mental Health NHS Trust. He isalso Chair of the National Forum for Assertive Outreach.

Simon Wharne is the South East Regional Representativefor the National Forum for Assertive Outreach and Team Leader forthe Hastings and Rother Outreach Team.

Dr Rob Macpherson is Consultant Psychiatrist inrehabilitation and assertive outreach, based at Wotton LawnHospital, Gloucester. He is also Training Programme Director forgeneral adult psychiatry, Severn Deanery.
Inhaltsangabe
Contributors.

Foreword (Kim T. Mueser, PhD).

Editors' preface (Caroline Williams, Mike Firn, Simon Wharneand Rob Macpherson).

1 What does research tell us about assertive communitytreatment? (Andrew Molodynski and Tom Burns).

2 Multi-professional working in assertive outreach teams(Hannah Steer and Steve Onyett).

3 Fidelity and flexibility (Caroline Williams, Rob Macphersonand Mike Firn).

4 Cognitive behaviour therapy for assertive outreach serviceusers (Robert Griffiths, Caroline Williams and NeilHarris).

5 Dual diagnosis: putting policy into practice (Rory Allott,Ian Wilson and Mike Firn).

6 Use of medication in assertive outreach (Rob Macpherson andTom Edwards).

7 Relatives', friends' and carers' experiences:involvement and support (Simon Wharne, Sara Meddings, TizzieColeman and Jo Coldwell).

8 Service user experience: engagement and recovery (SimonWharne and Kamal Spilsted).

9 Assertive outreach: stigmatising treatment or socialinclusion? (Simon Wharne).

10 Meeting the black and ethnic minority agenda (Simon Wharneand Neil Sanyal).

11 Diversity and assertive outreach (Simon Wharne andCaroline Williams).

12 Personal autonomy, leverage and coercion (Mike Firn andAndrew Molodynski).

13 Targets, outcomes and service evaluation (MikeFirn).

14 Funky mental health (Steve Morgan and Sue Jugon).

Index.