Family Matters

Family Matters

Interfaces Between Child and Adult Mental Health

eBook - 2000
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Taylor
& Francis Publishing

Family Matters focuses on research and clinical material which bridges the traditional gap between child and adult mental health. Rather than considering child and adult problems separately, the authors address the often complex interactions between the two, covering such topics as: · The implications of childhood trauma in later life · The impact of parental mental health problems on children · How interactions within a family can affect the mental health of all individuals within the family The authors review existing research and cover their own recent studies and practical experience, and put forward new theoretical models to underpin their recommendations for changes in practice, such as liason initiatives between child and adult services and specialised services to treat adolescents, parenting breakdown and perinatal psychiatric illness.
The findings and recommendations in Family Matters have have important implications for the organsiation and funding of mental health and related services, and staff training, and should be read by all those in professions concerned with child and adult mental health, including psychiatrists, family therapists, psychotherapists, nurses, health visitors and social workers, and health service managers.

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Contains papers from a May 1998 conference held in London, plus additional papers, acknowledging the mutual interaction between children and parents, recognizing the ways in which children's and adults' problems overlap, and considering implications for service delivery. After an introductory overview, sections consider the implications of childhood trauma on later life, the impact of parental mental health problems on children, and how interactions within a family can affect the mental health of all individuals within the family. Reder is a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at the Child and Family Consultation Center, London. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Routledge, 2000
ISBN: 9780203977521
0203977521
9780415222174
0415222176
9780415222181
0415222184
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xii, 347 pages) : illustrations

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