Synopses & Reviews
This comprehensive, authoritative text provides a state-of-the-art review of current knowledge and best practices for helping adults with psychiatric disabilities move forward in their recovery process. The authors draw on extensive research and clinical expertise to accessibly describe the whats,” whys,” and how-tos” of psychiatric rehabilitation. Coverage includes tools and strategies for assessing clients needs and strengths, integrating medical and psychosocial interventions, and implementing supportive services in such areas as housing, employment, social networks, education, and physical health. Detailed case examples in every chapter illustrate both the real-world challenges of severe mental illness and the nuts and bolts of effective interventions.
About the Author
Patrick W. Corrigan, PsyD, is Professor of Psychology at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Previously, he directed the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation at the University of Chicago. Dr. Corrigan's research interests include psychiatric rehabilitation, team leadership, consumer-operated services, supported employment, and the stigma of mental illness.
Kim T. Mueser, PhD, is Executive Director of the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy at Boston University. Dr. Mueser's clinical and research interests include psychiatric rehabilitation for persons with severe mental illnesses, intervention for co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders, and the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder. He has served on numerous editorial boards, has published many journal articles and book chapters, and has coauthored over 10 books. His book The Complete Family Guide to Schizophrenia (with Susan Gingerich) received the National Alliance on Mental Illness NYC Metro Ken Book Award.
Gary R. Bond, PhD, is Chancellors Professor of Psychology at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Dr. Bond's research has aimed at identifying evidence-based practices for individuals with severe mental illness, with a primary focus on supported employment and assertive community treatment.
Robert E. Drake, MD, PhD, is the Andrew Thomson Professor of Psychiatry and Community and Family Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School, where he is also Vice Chair and Director of Research in the Department of Psychiatry, and Director of the New Hampshire-Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center. His research focuses on co-occurring disorders, vocational rehabilitation, health services research, and evidence-based practices.
Phyllis Solomon, PhD, is Professor of Social Work in the School of Social Policy and Practice and Professor of Social Work in Psychiatry in the School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Solomon conducts research on services and service delivery systems for adults with severe psychiatric disorders, with a primary focus on peer-provided services, family interventions, and the intersection of the criminal justice and mental health systems.
Table of Contents
1. Who Are People with Psychiatric Disabilities?
2. Stigma and Mental Illness
3. Definition of Psychiatric Rehabilitation
II. Service Approaches
4. Rehabilitation Assessment
5. Illness Self-Management
6. Case Management
7. Medications and Psychiatric Rehabilitation
9. Employment and Education
10. Social Functioning
11. Family Interventions
12. Psychosis and Cognitive Impairment
13. Managing Criminal Justice Involvement
III. Special Populations and Problems
14. Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
15. Dual Diagnosis
16. Physical Health and Medical Care
17. Peer Services and Supports
18. Managing Aggressive Behavior
IV. System Considerations
19. Erasing Stigma and Promoting Empowerment
20. Cultural Competence in Psychiatric Rehabilitation