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Vocational Rehabilitation and Mental Health is a practical guide for all members of the healthcare team to implementing effective services leading to sustained career development among people with mental illness.It examines the barriers to employment such as stigma, discrimination and fluctuating health and discusses the evidence underpinning the provision of effective employment services. The book goes on to examine some of the challenges with implementing evidence-based practice and discusses ways to overcome these challenges. Evidence-based Includes case studies International team of contributors
Chris Lloyd has professional qualifications in the field of Occupational Therapy. She has an extensive background in the area of mental health and has worked in a variety of settings with people of different ages and a variety of needs. Her interests lie in the rehabilitation of people with a mental illness, particularly social inclusion, recovery and vocational rehabilitation.
Table of Contents
Employment and people with mental illness
Evidence-based supported employment
The successes and challenges of integrating mental health and employment services
Reducing employers' stigma by supported employment
When motivation for vocational assistance is unclear
Therapeutic alliance in vocational rehabilitation
The importance of vocation in recovery for young people with mental illness
Employment and early psychosis
Work-related social skills and job retention
When symptoms and treatments hinder vocational recovery
Managing personal information in supported employment for people with mental illness
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