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Clinical Case Management
A Guide to Comprehensive Treatment of Serious Mental Illness


Volume: 167
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Case Work

December 1993 | 274 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The integration of a broad array of interventions is described in this comprehensive, practical guide for those working with seriously mentally ill adults. It draws on the experience of clients who struggle with severe and disabling problems in a challenging urban environment.

The contributors argue that psychological and practical issues are intertwined and therefore such interventions must be delivered concurrently. They also emphasize that understanding and using the resources of a client's culture is critical to the successful implementation of care, and that families and natural support systems are essential components of the care system.

Joel S Kanter
Preface
 
Introduction
 
PART ONE: CLINICAL CASE MANAGEMENT THEMES
Robert W Surber
An Approach to Care
Evelyn F Balancio
Clinical Case Management
Valerie Roxanne Edwards
Understanding Culture as a Process
Susan Scheidt
Engaging Families and Natural Support Systems
 
PART TWO: CLINICAL CASE MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES
Allan F Leung
Comprehensive Assessment and Treatment Planning
Robert W Surber
Linkage and Monitoring
Carlos E Morales
Advocacy and Case Management
 
PART THREE: CLINICAL CASE MANAGEMENT ISSUES
David F Fariello
Treatment of Substance Abuse and Mental Illness
David F Fariello and Shirley Powers
Clinical Case Management of Personality Disordered Clients
Deborah Begley
Managing Problematic Behaviors
Jeralyn Jones
The Psychiatrist's Perspective
Robert W Surber
The Power of Dreams
Supporting Client Goals and Meaningful Activities  
Robert W Surber
Resolving Value Conflicts
Robert W Surber
Implementing Clinical Case Management Services
 
PART FOUR: EPILOGUE (A CASE STUDY)
Vicki Keller
Si Se Puede (Yes You Can)

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