An Introduction to Mental Health
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"A clear, straightforward guide to the issues around mental health [and] a useful starting resource for non-mental health practitioners to develop their understanding of the processes involved in mental health." Joanne Fisher, Senior Practice Educator, Cambridge University Hospitals
An Introduction to Mental Health is essential reading for anyone learning the fundamentals of mental health. Written for an interdisciplinary audience with no prior knowledge of mental health practice, the book uses a patient-centred focus
and covers the historical context of mental health through to contemporary issues, including mental health law, policy, professional practice, equality and diversity in the sector, and international perspectives. Key learning features include concept summaries, reflective points, case studies and reflective exercises to help situate content in the context of practice.
|Sold By||SAGE Publications|
|ISBNs||9781526423634, 9781526423627, 9781526475992, 1526475995|
|Number of Pages||200|