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Approved Mental Health Practice

Essential Themes for Students and Practitioners

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Red Globe Press

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Paperback - 9781137000132

31 March 2014

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31 March 2014

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Drawing on a wealth of experience from both current and past practitioners in mental health, this book is a handbook for Approved Mental Health Practitioners at a time of uncertainty and change. The book considers...

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Drawing on a wealth of experience from both current and past practitioners in mental health, this book is a handbook for Approved Mental Health Practitioners at a time of uncertainty and change. The book considers the themes and issues relating to the role, the present day challenges and future directions for the profession.

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The first core text for Approved Mental Health Professionals (AMPHs)

Brings together the voices and perspectives of practitioners in the field as well as those who train and manage them

Incorporates a diverse range of material, including underpinning themes, present day challenges and future directions for the profession

Introduction; S.Matthews and P.O'Hare
1. Underpinning Themes, Theories and Research; S.Matthews
2. UK-Wide Perspectives: England and Wales; T.Spencer-Lane
3. UK Wide Perspectives: Scotland and Northern Ireland; J.Gordon and R.Davis
4. 'Mental Health Law' and 'Mental Health Policy' in the UK; D.Pilgrim
5. The Problem of Psychiatric Diagnosis; H.Spandler
6. Ethics and Values; D.Bogg
7. Diversity in Mental Health Assessment; A.Taylor and J.Hemmington
8. The Impact of Space and Place; A.Murr and T.Waterhouse
9. The Experiences of Service Users; J.Ridley
10. The Role of the Nearest Relative; P.O'Hare and G.Davidson
11. Evidence Based Practice; P.O'Hare
12. Managing Uncertainty and Developing Practice Wisdom; J.Hemmington
Conclusion: Old Values, New Problems? J.Hemmington, P.O'Hare and S.Matthews.
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Sarah Matthews is Staff Tutor in Social Work at The Open University in the North West, UK.

Phil O'Hare is Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Central Lancashire, UK.

Jill Hemmington is Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Central Lancashire, UK.

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Sarah Matthews is Staff Tutor in Social Work at The Open University in the North West, UK.

Phil O'Hare is Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Central Lancashire, UK.

Jill Hemmington is Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Central Lancashire, UK.

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