Mark Sampson, Remy McCubbin, Peter Tyrer.
Written by practitioners for practitioners, it provides a framework for developing effective care plans with minimal use of technical terms and jargon. Mark Sampson, Remy McCubbin, Peter Tyrer.
Practitioners in Community Mental Health Teams (CMHTs) frequently find that .
Peter Tyrer is the Head of the Department of Psychological Medicine at Imperial College, London, Honorary Consultant in Rehabilitation Psychiatry, Central North West London Mental Health NHS Trust, and Honorary Consultant in Assertive Outreach (IMPACT team) in West London Mental Health Trust.
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This book considers the various difficulties encountered, withreference to current thinking about the origins, maintenance andtreatment of personality disorder. Written by practitioners forpractitioners, it provides a framework for developing effectivecare plans with minimal use of technical terms and jargon. Ratherthan promote an approach based on a single theoretical model,consideration is given to ways in which different approaches can beeffectively combined within a multi-disciplinary team. The book isdivided into two sections. The first outlines recent governmentinitiatives relating to personality disorder and introduces keytheories underlying psychological and biological treatments. Thesecond focuses specifically on the role of the CMHT in relation topatients with these difficulties, including:the assessment of personality functioningdeveloping coherent plans for treatment and supportoptimising the therapeutic relationshipmanaging self-harming behaviourparticular challenges faced by CMHTs, and how to overcomethemthe views of service usersinvolving family, friends and carers.
Personality Disorder and Community Mental Health Teamsdeals with the reality of services today. It is essential readingfor all mental health practitioners in CMHTs working with peoplewith personality disorder.
Author: Mark Sampson,Remy McCubbin,Peter Tyrer
Category: Medical Books
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (March 16, 2006)
Pages: 386 pages
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