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Mental Health

A Person-centred Approach

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Edited by Nicholas Procter, University of South Australia, Rhonda L. Wilson, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Helen P. Hamer, Denise McGarry, University of Tasmania, Mark Loughhead, University of South Australia

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Mental Health: A Person-centred Approach equips students with the tools they need to provide exceptional person-focused care when supporting improved mental health of diverse communities.The third edition has been updated and restructured to provide a more logical and comprehensive guide to mental health practice. It includes new chapters on trauma-informed care, different mental health conditions and diagnoses, suicide and self-harm and the mental health of people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Significant updates have been made to the chapters on…

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  • Underlying recovery framework with a focus on lived experience
  • Encourages reflection and critical thinking
  • Suite of instructor resources

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