Not Signed; Presenting the Family Model approach to working with parental mental illness and its effects on family relationships, children's needs and parenting, for clinicians and managers. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
The Family Model was a core component of the Crossing Bridges programme, and its aim was to aid a greater understanding of the complex interplay between mental ill health in parents, the development and mental health of their children, and the relationships within family units affected by mental ill health.
The model has proved extremely durable, and in this handbook the Family Model has been extensively revised and refined in the light of developments in the field over the last 10 years. Many features have been retained whilst enhancements have been added to ensure contemporary relevance in an ever-growing field. This enhanced Family Model provides the conceptual framework to support clinical approaches to family focused practice.
Additional principles have been added, including a service dimension to ensure that service provision is explicitly incorporated into thinking and practice, and a culture and community component to ensure that broader factors influencing individuals and impacting on family life are also addressed.The handbook comes with a fully interactive CD-ROM to aid a greater understanding of the Family Model and to explain in a visually engaging way the principles of this approach to working with families affected by mental ill health.
About the Author: Adrian Falkov author of The Family Model Handbook Dr Adrian Falkov is a child and adolescent psychiatrist who trained and practised in London before moving to Sydney. He has extensive experience in the field, has authored a number of key texts and managed the development of the Crossing Bridges programme. He has worked in frontline clinical practice, research and policy development.
Titel: Family Model
Einband: Electronic book text
Buchbeschreibung Buchzustand: New. Depending on your location, this item may ship from the US or UK. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 97819089931820000000