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A guide to psychiatric services in schools

Shawna S. Brent

A guide to psychiatric services in schools

understanding roles, treatment, and collaboration

by Shawna S. Brent

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Published by Brunner-Routledge in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Students,
  • Child psychiatry,
  • Mental health services

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementShawna S. Brent
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB3430 .B74 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25033478M
    ISBN 109780415871013, 9780415871020
    LC Control Number2011038062

    Broad-based and comprehensive, the Handbook of Psychiatric Education covers all aspects of academic psychiatry responsibilities in teaching and education of students and residents. A concise, single-volume resource for faculty development in education, it incorporates recent innovations in teaching medical students and residents and details the newest technological . The Basics. For many people with a psychological or behavioral problem, life is simply too much to manage on their own. Whether they suffer from schizophrenia or a personality disorder, depression or mania, or have a cognitive deficit, the tasks of daily living, such as eating, bathing, and getting dressed, may prove to be impossible.

    Unit, this Guide to School Mental Health Services was designed to assist school personnel, stu-dents and their families in understanding and accessing mental health services in school and during transition from school. Colorado Department of Education Exceptional Student Leadership Unit East Colfax, Denver CO Request PDF | On , Richard E Mattison and others published Review of A Guide to Psychiatric Services in Schools: Understanding Roles, .

    Community Psychiatric Supports and Treatment (CPST) Direct Service Provider: Licensed Professional of the Healing Arts (LPHA) An LPHA is a physician, a licensed professional counselor, a licensed clinical social worker, a licensed psychologist, an advanced practice nurse, or a licensed marriage and family therapist.   Code may be added to the diagnostic psychiatric evaluation (, ), to psychotherapy services (–), and to group psychotherapy (). There are specific requirements for.


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If you work in education and want to understand more about these issues, Dr. Brent’s book is the one to start with." - Patrick Rieker, PsyD, clinical psychologist and Director, Capital Area Partial Program, Pages: Reviews "A Guide to Psychiatric Services in Schools is a thoughtful and well-presented guide covering all of the most salient psychiatric issues for educators.

If you work in education and want to understand more about these issues, Dr. Brent’s book is the one to start with." - Patrick Rieker, PsyD, clinical psychologist and Director, Capital Area Partial Program, Mechanicsburg, PA.

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