Critical Perspectives on Mental Health

Critical Perspectives on Mental Health

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Taylor & Francis Publishing
Over the last forty years, there have been numerous attempts to critique the theory and practice of mental health care. Taking its lead from anti-psychiatry, Critical Perspectives on Mental Health seeks to explore and evaluate the claims of mainstream mental health ideologies and to establish what implications the critiques of these perspectives have for practice. This text will be essential reading for students and those working in the social work and mental health care professions.

Taylor
& Francis Publishing

Over the last forty years, there have been numerous attempts to critique the theory and practice of mental health care. Taking its lead from anti-psychiatry, Critical Perspectives on Mental Health seeks to explore and evaluate the claims of mainstream mental health ideologies and to establish what implications the critiques of these perspectives have for practice.  This text will be essential reading for students and those working in the social work and mental health care professions.

Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2000
ISBN: 9780203129593
0203129598
9781857288797
1857288793
9780203170014
0203170016
Characteristics: data file,rda
1 online resource (viii, 208 pages)
Additional Contributors: Hopton, John 1956-

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