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Working with families of psychiatric inpatients

Alison M. Heru

Working with families of psychiatric inpatients

a guide for clinicians

by Alison M. Heru

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Published by Johns Hopkins University Press in Baltimore, MD .
Written in English


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StatementAlison M. Heru and Laura M. Drury.
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LC ClassificationsRC
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 176 p. ;
Number of Pages176
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22751482M
ISBN 109780801885778

Igor Galynker is a Russian-born American psychiatrist, clinician and researcher. His diverse interests include behavioral addictions, bipolar disorder, suicide prevention, and the role of family in psychiatric illness. He has published on these topics both in professional journals and in the lay press. Most recently his research has been devoted to describing a suicide-specific clinical state Born: Moscow, USSR.   In today’s podcast, Gabe asks a psychologist with 25 years of hospital experience the tough questions surrounding psych wards: Why do so many psychiatric inpatients seem to .

The book is accompa-nied by a solid list of references. While this book’s main goal is to help educate psychiatric residents in intervening and working with families of psychiatric inpatients, I believe that this book would be use-ful for almost every clinically oriented psychiatrist. As the authors point out, education on working with. Psychiatric nurses work closely with treatment teams to develop individualized patient plans, aiming to maximize care and help patients live productive lives. They also provide individual counseling to patients and families to help them understand the illness.

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Working with the families of inpatients is one of the most important―and most challenging―aspects of practicing clinical psychiatry.

Clinicians are responsible not only for the well-being of their patients but also for the education and guidance of the patient’s : Paperback. Working with the families of inpatients is one of the most important—and most challenging—aspects of practicing clinical psychiatry.

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Home > Working with Families of Psychiatric Inpatients > Reviews Reviews "Although this book is primarily written as a training manual for residents it is helpful in the work of most psychiatrists and timely in addressing the needs of families in present mental health services in the UK.".

Working with the families of inpatients is one of the most important-and most challenging-aspects of practicing clinical psychiatry. Clinicians are responsible not only for the well-being of their patients but also for the education and guidance of the patient's family.

In this book, Alison M. Heru and Laura M. Drury offer a step-by-step guide to developing the skills needed to work. Request PDF | Working with families of psychiatric inpatients: A guide for clinicians | Working with the families of inpatients is one of the most important--and most challenging--aspects of.

Working with Families of Psychiatric Inpatients: A Guide for Clinicians eBook: Heru, Alison M., Drury, Laura M.: : Kindle StoreAuthor: Alison M. Heru, Laura M. Drury. working with inpatients and their families. By conscientiously respecting all parties’ legal rights and adhering to the standard of care, psychiatrists help avoid adverse outcomes for patients and litigation against themselves and their institution.

While it is impossible to eliminate all legal risks from the practiceCited by: 4. Although this book is primarily written as a training manual for residents it is helpful in the work of most psychiatrists and timely in addressing the needs of families in present mental health -- Paul Foster Progress in Neurology and Psychiatry The book is well-written, easy to read and filled with useful clinical examples.

Alison M. Heru is the author of Working with Families of Psychiatric Inpatients ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Working with Fam 3/5(3). (Gibson & Haight,p.4) The present paper reports on older participant's experiences of strength-based groups in an OLDER INPATIENTS' EXPERIENCE OF GROUP WORK 4.

Book Description. Working With Families in Medical Settings provides mental-health professionals with the tools they need to figure out what patients and families want and how, within the constraints imposed by 21st-century healthcare setting, to best give them the care they need.

Background. International mental health guidelines recommend that adult mental health units have an allocated space for families, particularly those with children, to visit consumers while they are hospitalized [1, 2].Research indicates general consensus from consumers, carers and health professionals that children of parents with mental illness (COPMI) should be able to visit their parents Cited by: 8.

Working With Families in Medical Settings provides mental-health professionals with the tools they need to figure out what patients and families want and how, within the constraints imposed by 21st-century healthcare setting, to best give them the care they need.

Psychiatrists and other clinicians who work in medical settings know that working with a patient with a chronic illness usually. Inpatient psychiatric units for children can be potent agents for family change. The activities of nursing, education, and activity therapy staff are an important addition to a program of formal family therapy in psychiatric hospitals.

These modalities must be organized into a family framework so that insights and achievements from one arena may be generalized to : Paul A. Mansheim. PRINCIPLES FOR WORKING WITH FAMILIES. The World Fellowship for Schizophrenia and Allied Disorders - an international organization of national family support organizations - developed principles for working with families as the first step in its 'Families as partners in care' project ().These principles are particularly relevant for countries where there is a mental health workforce able to be Cited by: The term psychiatry was first coined by the German physician Johann Christian Reil in and literally means the 'medical treatment of the soul' (psych-'soul' from Ancient Greek psykhē 'soul'; -iatry 'medical treatment' from Gk.

iātrikos 'medical' from iāsthai 'to heal'). A medical doctor specializing in psychiatry is a psychiatrist. (For a historical overview, see Timeline of psychiatry.)Activity sectors: Medicine. Information for families about the promotion, prevention, and management of their child's mental health.

Sound Advice The AAP offers a collection of interviews with pediatricians to guide parents and caregivers on behavior, emotions, and other mental health topics. A Family‐Oriented Psychiatric Inpatient Unit A Family‐Oriented Psychiatric Inpatient Unit HARBIN, HENRY T.

This article presents the structure and policies of a psychiatric inpatient unit that was developed with the goal of fully integrating family‐oriented treatment approaches into its therapeutic program.

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