Social psychiatry is a branch of psychiatry that focuses on the interpersonal and cultural context of mental disorders and mental wellbeing.
This book is a comprehensive guide to social psychiatry for psychiatrists, psychologists and mental health nurses.
Divided into five sections, the text begins with an overview and the basics of social psychiatry.
The following sections cover social dimensions of psychiatric disorders, social interventions and therapies, and social issues and mental health.
The book is presented in an easy to read format and explains both theoretical and clinical aspects of psychosocial assessment and management.
The multidisciplinary text features contributions from worldwide experts, as well as diagrams and tables to enhance learning.
Comprehensive guide to social psychiatry
Covers both theoretical and clinical aspects of psychosocial assessment and management
Multidisciplinary, international author team
Features diagrams and tables to enhance learning