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Title Clinical psychology in the mental health inpatient setting : international perspectives / [edited by] Meidan Turel, Michael Siglag, and Alexander Grinshpoon
Published New York, NY : Routledge, 2020
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Contents Therapy beyond walls : the clinical psychologist's multi-level work in the psychiatric ward / Mark Andrew McFetridge -- The clinical psychologist in an open inpatient setting : a psychoanalytic perspective / Marilyn Charles -- Clinical psychologists in Australian in-patient mental health units : enhancing effectiveness and relevance with a human rights focus / Peter Walker and Sophie Li -- Ethical challenges for psychologists providing inpatient mental health care / Heidi Camerlengo -- The benefit of behavior support plans in psychiatric inpatient settings / Jimmy I. Kim and Peter J. D'Amacio -- Three dynamic roles of the clinical psychologist on the acute closed psychiatric ward / Amit Fachler -- The development of a recovery-oriented tool for work with patients in the closed forensic ward / Enav Or-Gordon -- On trying to stay sane in insane places : a personal account of a clinical psychologist's challenges on the psychiatric inpatient ward / Jim Geekie -- A path taken : a psychologist's professional journey within the psychiatric inpatient system / Michael Siglag -- All brief therapy is not created equal : the contribution of psychology to short-stay mental health inpatient admissions / Manish Parswani and Malcolm W. Stewart -- Continuity model of care : working across acute inpatient to community-based clinical psychology / Kim Griffiths, Hannah Green, and Suzie Lemmey -- Cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis on the inpatient unit : the role of the clinical psychologist / Sally E. Riggs -- Psychotherapy in an in-patient ward : a clinical psychologist's use of psychoanalytic informed work with adult survivors of childhood trauma / Beatriz S. Curtis -- Mentalization and psychotherapy : a way to understand patient violence on the psychiatric inpatient unit / Dione Johnson-Williams -- The clinical psychologist's work in a forensic psychiatry ward : building a transitional space for individuals with mental disorders who committed crimes / Hilik Peri -- Psychodynamic psychological testing in the mental health inpatient setting : a way of listening, learning, and holding patients and psychotherapists / Christina Biedermann, Jeremy Ridenour, and Spencer E. Biel -- "Listening to the music of the mind" : the uses of psychological assessment in the diagnosis of psychotic disorders in a state psychiatric center / Paul Saks -- The role of psychological testing in an inpatient psychiatric setting : a mentalizing approach / Shweta Sharma & Patricia Daza -- A clinical psychology intern's experience of training in an inpatient unit : no training wheels / Daria Mamon -- The benefits and challenges of clinical psychology internships in psychiatric inpatient settings / Valerie Sims -- The most difficult lesson : the impact of patient suicide on training in an inpatient psychiatric hospital / Patricia Daza and Shweta Sharma -- An intern's experience on an acute closed ward : "from a shadow to a bird" : the psychotherapeutic process of Berry / Karin Reddie -- Weaving with a relational thread : the clinical psychologist's use of empathy in work in the mental health inpatient setting / Meidan Turel -- Concluding thoughts : past and present trends, future directions / Michael Siglag
Summary This ground-breaking volume provides an encompassing and detailed account of clinical psychologists' highly varied work on the psychiatric ward in mental health inpatient settings. An international collection of clinical psychologists describe challenges and achievements inherent to their work, illustrating application of established, state-of-the-art, and cutting-edge methods and modes of intervention, assessment, therapeutic work, training, and leadership roles currently practiced in these settings. Chapters present numerous examples of psychologists' ability to contribute in multiple ways, benefiting patients, staff, and the overall functioning of the ward. Each of the book's four sections is dedicated to a specific domain of the clinical psychologist's work within the psychiatric inpatient setting. These include systemic modes of intervention; psychotherapeutic interventions; assessment and psychodiagnosis; and internship and supervision. From novice to experienced practitioners, psychologists will gain insight from the innovative and creative ideas this book brings to the practice of clinical psychology, as well as the practical suggestions that will enhance the varied interventions and therapeutic work they do in such settings
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Meidan Turel, MA, is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Israel and Director of psychological services in a public inpatient and outpatient mental health center. Michael Siglag, PhD, is a Clinical Psychologist with over 30 years of experience working in inpatient civil psychiatric and forensic settings, both in direct service and leadership positions. Alexander Grinshpoon, MD, PhD, MHA, is a specialist in psychiatry and the Director of a public mental health center in Israel, as well as the head of the psychiatry department in the Rappaport Faculty of Medicine, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
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Subject Mental Disorders -- therapy
Psychotherapy -- methods
Inpatients -- psychology
Psychiatric Department, Hospital
Hospital patients -- Psychology
Mental illness -- Treatment
Psychiatric hospitals
Psychotherapy -- Methodology
Hospital patients -- Psychology.
MEDICAL / Psychiatry / General
Mental illness -- Treatment.
PSYCHOLOGY / Clinical Psychology
PSYCHOLOGY / Mental Health
Psychiatric hospitals.
Psychotherapy -- Methodology.
Form Electronic book
Author Grinshpoon, Alexander, editor
Siglag, Michael, editor
Turel, Meidan, editor
LC no. 2019010598
ISBN 0429464584
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