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Table Of Contents

Part I: Key Concepts
1. What It Takes to Work with Patients' Families
2. The Biopsychosocial Case Formulation and Treatment Plan
Part II: Research on Families and Family Treatments
3. Research on Families
4. Family Treatments
Part III: Mastering Skills
5. Abbreviated Assessment of the Family
6. Managing a Family Meeting
7. Other Inpatient Interventions: Multifamily Psychoeducational Groups and Genograms
Part IV: Challenges in Working with Families
8. The Resident's Perspective: Attitudes and Fears
9. The Family's Perspective: Sources of Anxiety
10. Risk Management and the Family
11. Family-Based Services after Hospitalization
Appendix: GAP Checklist for Evaluating Competency in Family-Interview Skills

Working with Families of Psychiatric Inpatients
A Guide for Clinicians
Publication Date: 15 Apr 2007
Status: Available
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Trim Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Page Count: 192 pages
Illustrations: 1 b&w illus
ISBN: 9780801885778