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Anatomy of an Epidemic Anatomy of an Epidemic Robert Whitaker Crown Publishers, New York, NY , 2010 ISBN 978-0-...
Psych Notes: Clinical Pocket Guide (3rd ed.) Psych Notes: Clinical Pocket Guide (3rd ed.) Darlene D. Pedersen F.A. Davis...
Electroshock: a discerning review of the nursing literature.
Electroshock, better known as Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) has sporadically received generous attention in North American Literature. An examination of the nursing literature regarding ECT reveals an expectation for nursing to play an important role in patient education and compli...
Perinatal depression in men.
Developmental Differences in Children's and Adolescents' Post-Disaster Reactions.
Disaster literature suggests that children's and adolescents' post-disaster reactions vary according to their developmental levels. Preschool children show less psychological problems as compared to older children and adolescents, but they have a higher incidence of trauma-specific f...
Neuroticism: a construct that deserves the attention of mental health researchers and clinicians.
Promoting health literacy with vulnerable behavioral health clients.
A Review of ““I am not Sick I don't Need Help!” How to Help Someone with Mental Illness Accept Treatment, 2nd Edition” -- Author Xavier Amad...
Homelessness, a state of mind?: a discourse analysis.
This article presents a discourse analysis of a woman's written account of mental illness and homelessness. In her preparation as a co-presenter at a conference for decision- and policy-makers, Anna wrote eight distinct drafts of her speaking notes; each time emphasizing different aspects of her expe...
Perceptions of the relationship between mental health professionals and family caregivers: has there been any change?
A number of international studies have highlighted family caregivers' (FCGs') dissatisfaction with their relationship with mental health professionals (MHPs) when providing care for mentally ill family members. However, few studies have explored the mental health professionals' perspective of this re...