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245 00 Handbook of community psychiatry /|cHunter McQuistion [and
       others], editors. 
264  1 New York ;|aLondon :|bSpringer,|c2012. 
300    1 online resource (xvi, 632 pages) :|billustrations 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tThe present and future of community psychiatry : an 
       introduction /|rHunter L. McQuistion, Wesley E. Sowers, 
       Jules M. Ranz, and Jacqueline Maus Feldman --|tHistory of 
       community psychiatry /|rJacqueline Maus Feldman --
       |tEpidemiology in community psychiatry /|rDana March and 
       Ezra S. Susser --|tPublic health, prevention, and 
       community psychiatry /|rMichael T. Compton --|tFinancing 
       of community behavioral health services /|rAnita Everett, 
       Wesley E. Sowers, and Hunter L. McQuistion --|tAdvocacy : 
       the push and pull of psychiatrists /|rJeffrey Geller --
       |tRecovery and person-centered care : empowerment, 
       collaboration, and integration /|rWesley E. Sowers --
       |tInspiring a welcoming, hopeful culture /|rChristie A. 
       Cline and Kenneth Minkoff --|tCollaborative person-
       centered planning /|rNeal Adams and Diane Grieder --|tPeer
       service providers as colleagues /|rPaolo del Vecchio --
       |tTelepsychiatry and e-mental health /|rAvrim B. Fishkind,
       Robert N. Cuyler, Michael A. Shiekh, and Mende Snodgress -
       -|tTraumatic stress in the community : identification and 
       intervention /|rPaula G. Panzer, Elizabeth Snipes, and 
       Caroline Peacock --|tCognitive behavioral therapy for 
       psychosis (CBTp) /|rMichael Garrett --|tIntegrated care 
       and psychiatrists /|rDavid A. Pollack, Lori E. Raney, and 
       Erik R. Vanderlip --|tCultural competence /|rRussell F. 
       Lim --|tContext-specific assessment /|rStephen M. 
       Goldfinger and Jacqueline Maus Feldman --|tMotivational 
       interviewing /|rIgor Koutsenok --|tTeam-based treatment /
       |rCarl C. Bell, Dominica F. McBride, Juanita Redd, and 
       Hayward Suggs --|tPsychiatric rehabilitation methods /
       |rRichard Warner --|tPsychiatrist-led outpatient groups : 
       putting our minds together /|rLeslie Hartley Gise and 
       Benjamin Crocker --|tFamily therapy in public sector 
       settings /|rAlison M. Heru --|tBasic treatment techniques 
       for persons with mental disorders and co-occurring 
       substance use disorders /|rRichard N. Rosenthal --
       |tEvidence-based practices for co-occurring chemical 
       dependency and mental illnes /|rChristine Yuodelis-Flores,
       Richard K. Reis, and W. Murray Bennett --|tCase management
       and assertive community treatment /|rRichard J. Goscha, 
       Charles A. Rapp, Gary R. Bond, and Robert E. Drake --
       |tSupported employment /|rKim T. Mueser and Gary R. Bond -
       -|tBehavioral and physical health self-management /
       |rAnthony J. Salerno and Paul J. Margolies --
       |tPsychopharmacology and medication adherence /|rRon 
       Diamond --|tIntegrated family psycho-education : helping 
       families help their loved ones recover /|rSusan M. Deakins
       and William R. McFarlane --|tThe role of psychiatry in 
       permament supported housing /|rSam Tsemberis, Benjamin 
       Henwood, Van Yu, Alexa Whoriskey, and Ana Stefancic --
       |tFountain House and community psychiatry /|rAlan Dole --
       |tInnovative community-based crisis and emergency services
       /|rDeepika Sabnis and Rachel Lipson Glick --
       |tInternational trends in community mental health services
       /|rAlan Rosen, Paul O'Halloran, and Roberto Mezzina --
       |tHomelessness and behavioral health in the new century /
       |rHunter L. McQuistion --|tCriminal justice : promoting 
       public health and public safety /|rFred C. Osher --
       |tDisaster victims and the response to trauma /|rMatthew 
       N. Goldenberg, David Benedeck, and Robert J. Ursano --
       |tVeterans and war /|rSusan R. Rathmell, William G. Ryan, 
       Susan D. Isbill, Misti J. Norton, Kristen R. Foster, 
       Gabrielle Metz, and Darren L. Kennemer --|tClinical issues
       and programming for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and 
       transgender populations /|rRonald E. Hellman --|tChild and
       adolescent community psychiatry /|rCharles Huffine --
       |tServing elders in the public sector /|rCarl I. Cohen and
       Fayaz Ibrahim --|tRural populations /|rPaulette Marie 
       Gillig, Ann K. Morrison, and Helene Silverblatt --
       |tTransforming mental health systems and programs /
       |rMichael F. Hogan --|tExercising effective leadership /
       |rJacqueline Maus Feldman --|tService and resource 
       management /|rWesley E. Sowers --|tThe medical director in
       community-based mental health care /|rStephen Rosenheck 
       and Jules M. Ranz --|tProgram evaluation and quality 
       management /|rRobert Savage, Patricia F. Cornett, and 
       Natalie P. Goodwin --|tMental health services research and
       community psychiatry /|rMario Cruz --|tMedical school and 
       residency education in community psychiatry /|rKathleen A.
       Clegg --|tPublic/community psychiatry fellowships /|rJules
       M. Ranz --|tMentoring, supervision, and consultation in 
       community mental health /|rJoel S. Feiner --|tEthics for 
       community psychiatry : evidence-based policies and 
       procedures /|rH. Steven Moffic and Herb Bateman. 
520    Recent years have seen the exponential growth of 
       behavioral health services and technologies, with an 
       expanding public behavioral health picture to match. In 
       community psychiatry especially, person-centered 
       competencies and issues continue to gain in prominence. 
       The Handbook of Community Psychiatry reflects the rapid 
       changes in the field, providing basic and specialized 
       information in areas such as epidemiology, person-centered
       planning and care, innovations in practice, and treatment 
       of special populations. Organized for maximum 
       comprehension and retention, the text is packed with 
       helpful visuals and technological links. The Handbook: 
       Defines community psychiatry, reviews the history of the 
       field, and expands on the guiding principles underlying 
       practice. Devotes separate chapters to the major clinical 
       competencies. Details evidence-based interventions and 
       emerging models of treatment. Addresses the future of the 
       field with chapters on systems and administrative issues, 
       and updates on workforce and professional education and 
       development. Features useful tables, figures, 
       illustrations, and callout boxes throughout the text. Has 
       capacity for software and internet formatting, including 
       CD access, Kindle, and handheld applications. Coverage 
       this comprehensive and practical makes the Handbook of 
       Community Psychiatry indispensable to psychiatrists at all
       stages of their careers, as well as educators, students, 
       trainees, and administrators in psychiatry and community 
       behavioral health. Given the multidisciplinary nature of 
       behavioral health services, the Handbook is an invaluable 
       reference for psychiatric nurses, nurse practitioners, and
       physician assistants; social workers; community 
       psychologists; counselors, and case managers. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Community psychiatry.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       subjects/sh85029261 
650  2 Community Psychiatry.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D003158
650 14 Psychology. 
650 24 Community and Environmental Psychology. 
650 24 Psychiatry. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  McQuistion, Hunter L.,|d1952-|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n2006181671 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tHandbook of community psychiatry.|dNew 
       York ; London : Springer, 2012|z9781461431480
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