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The ASAM principles of addiction medicine

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog119323
Author
Ries, Richard
Fiellin, David A.
Miller, Shannon C.
Saitz, Richard
Edition
5th ed
Call Number
WM270 P95 2014
Location
Richmond Hospital
Title
The ASAM principles of addiction medicine
Alternate Title
Principles of addiction medicine
American Society of Addiction Medicine principles of addiction medicine
Author
Ries, Richard
Fiellin, David A.
Miller, Shannon C.
Saitz, Richard
Responsibility
senior editor, Richard K. Ries ; associate editors, David A. Fiellin, Shannon C. Miller, Richard Saitz
Edition
5th ed
Place
Philadelphia
Publisher
Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Year Published
2014
Physical Description
xli, 1795 p : ill.
Subjects
Substance-Related Disorders--therapy
Substance-Related Disorders--diagnosis
Substance-Related Disorders--complications
Behavior, Addictive
Notes
Preceded by Principles of addiction medicine / senior editor, Richard K. Ries ; associate editors, David A. Fiellin, Shannon C. Miller, Richard Saitz. 4th ed. c2009
ISBN
9781451173574
Format
Book
Location
Richmond Hospital
Call Number
WM270 P95 2014
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Occupational therapy in mental health : a vision for participation

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog118820
Call Number
WM 450.5.O2 O33 2011
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
Occupational therapy in mental health : a vision for participation
Responsibility
editors, Catana Brown, Virginia C. Stoffel; associate editor, Jaime Phillip Munoz
Place
Philadelphia
Publisher
F.A. Davis Co.
Year Published
c2011
Physical Description
811 p.
Subjects
Mental Disorders--Therapy
Occupational Therapy--methods
Patient Participation
Abstract
Focuses on the assessment and treatment of individuals with psychiatric conditions and those whose life circumstances generate significant challenges to their mental health and well-being. The authors build on a foundation of theoretically informed, evidence-based and person-centered practices to define the therapist's role as an integral member of the health-care team. This is the major occupational therapy text to incorporate a recovery-oriented perspective as both a philosophy and guideline for assessment and intervention. It organizes its content on the Person-Environment-Occupation (PEO) model, which promotes full participation in the everyday lives of individuals with mental illness and those struggling with psychosocial issues related to their disabilities. It uses Evidence-Based Practice boxes to provide a synthesis of major research in the area and implications for practice. It emphasizes The Lived Experience of mental illness and recovery, recognizing the whole person and his or her state of physical, emotional, spiritual, and mental health, while also addressing co-occurring conditions such as depression, stroke, substance abuse, spinal cord injury, attention deficit disorder, and learning disabilities. It features a personal narrative in each chapter to reinforce a first-person, client-centered approach that illustrates the confluence of the person, environment, and occupational construct from various perspectives.
Notes
Part 1: Foundations. Part 2: The person. Part 3: Environment. Part 4: Occupation.
ISBN
9780803617049
Format
Book
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
WM 450.5.O2 O33 2011
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