mental health specialties

mental health specialties

A generic term for the subdivisions of mental health disciplines and specialties in the UK: Adolescent psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry, child psychiatry, forensic psychiatry, general psychiatry, learning disability, psychiatry of old age, psychotherapy.
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Specific examples are given and there is a side-by-side comparison of differing ethical guidelines for varied mental health specialties. The author presents a great reminder to stay attuned to issues like policy changes and updated consents.
The history of professional counseling, including community and mental health specialties, is rich, complex, and well beyond the scope of this article.
SOFAR views the process of addressing secondary trauma and building resilience among military families as one that demands time and volunteers from a variety of mental health specialties. Since SOFAR was founded in 2003, the program has attracted 90 volunteers in its hometown of Boston.
Depression, substance abuse, diabetes, and traumatic brain injury are but several presenting problems that have consequences and treatment needs that cut across the continuum from physical health to behavioral health and mental health specialties. The Office of Mental Health Services has undertaken programs to address these important issues such as integration of physical health care within specialty treatment venues for those with serious mental illness, and monitoring for metabolic consequences of psychopharmacologic treatments.
There's still shockingly little training in geriatric mental health issues in any of the medical or mental health specialties. What passes for psychotherapy training is sometimes flaky, narcissistic drivel.
Mental health specialties that are grouped together were not statistically significantly different from one another.
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