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Title Emerging trends in psychological practice in long-term care / Margaret P. Norris, Victor Molinari, Susan M. Ogland-Hand
Published New York : Haworth Press, [2002]


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Description 303 pages ; 23 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Emerging Trends -- in Psychological Practice -- -- in Long-Term Care -- -- -- -- CONTENTS -- -- Introduction: Emerging Practices for Psychologists -- in Long-Term Care -- Margaret P. Norris, PhD -- -- SECTION ONE: MODIFICATIONS OF TRADITIONAL -- PSYCHOTHERAPY TECHNIQUES -- -- Group Therapy in Long Term Care Sites -- Victor Molinari, PhD -- -- R-E-M Psychotherapy: A Manualized Approach -- for Long-Term Care Residents with Depression -- and Dementia -- Brian Carpenter, PhD -- Katy Ruckdeschel, PhD -- Holly Ruckdeschel, PhD -- Kimberly Van Haitsma, PhD -- -- Use of Positive Core Memories in LTC: A Review -- Lee Hyer, EdD, ABPP -- Steve Sohnle, PsyD -- Dan Mehan, PhD -- Amie Ragan, PhD -- -- Disruptive Behavior: Systemic and Strategic Management -- Michael Duffy, PhD, ABPP -- -- -- -- -- SECTION TWO: MULTIDISCIPLINARY -- AND SYSTEMIC ISSUES -- -- Family Work in a Long-Term Care Setting -- Suzann M. Ogland-Hand, PhD -- Margaret Florsheim, PhD -- Pleasant Events-Based Behavioral Intervention -- for Depression in Nursing Home Residents: -- A Conceptual and Empirical Foundation -- Suzanne Meeks, PhD -- Colin A. Depp, MA -- -- Systemic Characteristics of Long-Term Care -- in Residential Environments: Clinical Importance -- of Differences in Staff and Resident Perceptions -- Joyce Parr, PhD -- Sara Green, PhD -- -- A Team Effort for Treating Depression in Dementia -- Donald G. Slone, PhD -- -- Training in Long-Term Care Facilities: Critical Issues -- Lee A. Hyer, EdD, ABPP -- Amie M. Ragan, PhD -- -- SECTION THREE: ETHICAL AND CONFIDENTIALITY -- QUANDARIES -- -- Informed Consent in the Long Term Care Setting -- Martin D. Zehr, PhD, JD -- -- Psychologists' Multiple Roles in Long-Term Care: -- Untangling Confidentiality Quandaries -- Margaret P. Norris, PhD -- -- Confidentiality and Informed Consent versus Collaboration: -- Challenges of Psychotherapy Ethics in Nursing Homes -- Michael Duffy, PhD, ABPP -- -- Index
Summary "Emerging Trends in Psychological Practice in Long-Term Care is an essential resource for geropsychologists striving to keep pace with the steady state of flux in the field of geriatric mental health. The field's top professionals present articles that provide vital information on modifications of traditional psychotherapy techniques for elderly clients, systemic therapy approaches, ethical and confidentiality concerns, and insightful discussion of issues unique to multidisciplinary settings."--BOOK JACKET
Notes "... co-published simultaneously as Clinical Gerontologist, volume 25, numbers 1/2/3/4 2002"
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Older people -- Mental health.
Older people -- Long-term care.
Geriatric psychiatry.
Author Ogland-Hand, Suzann.
Norris, Margaret, 1952-
Molinari, Victor, 1952-
LC no. 2002152088
ISBN 0789020041 alkaline paper
078902005X paperback alkaline paper
OTHER TI Clincal gerontologist