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Author Peterson, David B.

Title Psychological aspects of functioning, disability, and health / David B. Peterson
Published New York : Springer, [2011]


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Description xxxi, 230 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Importance of the ICF -- Historical context of the ICF -- Overview of the ICF -- Collaborative clinical practice and research -- Introduction to the DSM-IV-TR -- DSM-IV-TR : first priority of differential diagnoses -- Disorders with shared phenomenological features : part I -- Disorders with shared phenomenological features : part II -- Other donditions that may be a focus of clinical attention : revision to the DSM-5 -- Conceptualizing and classifying psychological functioning, disability, and health -- ICF core sets for mental disorders -- The promise of the ICF-2 and the DSM-5
Summary "Peterson is...the most qualified individual in the field of rehabilitation counseling and rehabilitation psychology to write this text....He thoroughly understands the ICF as a model with great utility for the field of rehabilitation counseling...."ùDavid A. Rosenthal, PhD, CRC Chairperson, Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education University of Wisconsin-Madison --
"This proposed text has significance for assisting in the needed universal conceptual framework for improving public policy and service delivery systems for individuals with mental health-related issues."ùSusanne Bruyere, PhD, Cornell University --
This textbook focuses on psychopathology as classified in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Fourth Edition, Text Revision (DSM-IV-TR) and discusses how it can be integrated into the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICE) to assist mental health professionals while diagnosing and treating people with mental disorders. A perfect reference for students, the book serves as a natural bridge between the DSM-IV-TR and the ICF. --
Students will learn the utility of using the /CF's biopsychosocial approach for conceptualizing mental health functioning (body functions and structures), disability (activity limitations and participation restrictions). and contextual factors (environmental and personal factors). The /CF's collaborative approach presents students with a conceptual framework that guides the selection of appropriate interventions and informs the evaluation of treatment efficacy. --
Key Features: --
Develops knowledge and understanding of mental health functioning and disability based on the /CF and related diagnoses within the DSM-IV-TR --
Applies the /CF conceptual framework to planning mental health assessment and related interventions, and evaluating treatment outcomes --
Integrates diagnostic information from the DSM-IV-TR with the /CF's classification of functioning. disability, and health --Book Jacket
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 207-222) and index
Subject International classification of functioning, disability and health.
Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders.
Mental illness.
Clinical health psychology.
Mental Disorders -- diagnosis.
Disabled Persons -- classification.
Mental Disorders -- classification.
Disability Evaluation.
International Classification of Diseases.
LC no. 2010021857
ISBN 9780826123442