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Families Where a Parent has a Mental Illness [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781921729065Publication details: Maleny : eContent Management Pty Ltd, 2009.ISBN:
  • 9781921729072
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Families Where a Parent has a Mental IllnessDDC classification:
  • 362.2/0422 362.209945
LOC classification:
  • RC455.4.F3
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Contents:
Editorial - On managing change; Guest Editorial - Practice, policy and research: Families where a parent has a mental illness; Guest Editorial - Children aged 0-5 with a parent who has a mental illness: The need for early intervention; Guest Editorial - Building the evidence base for families living with parental mental illness; Guest Editorial - A message from Britain: Inquiries into child deaths - will it ever change?; Estimating consumer parenthood within mental health services: A census approach; Taking a closer look: A cross-sector audit of families where a parent has a mental illness
CHAMPS: A peer support program for children of parents with a mental illnessCommentary on consumer and carer participation in a national mental health promotion initiative
Prevention of emotional problems and psychiatric risks in children of parents with a mental illness in the Netherlands: I. The scientific basis to a comprehensive approachPrevention of emotional problems and psychiatric risks in children of parents with a mental illness in the Netherlands: II. Interventions; Australian programs and workforce initiatives for children and their families where a parent has a mental illness; The Koping Program: A decade's commitment to enhancing service capacity for children of parents with a mental illness
Summary: For some time now there have been repeated calls for progress in the evidence and evaluation basis of interventions for children and families where a parent has a mental illness. This edition offers some solutions to these calls, but at the same time, highlights some of the difficulties when developing a rigorous scientific evidence and evaluation basis, and brings together a wide range of expertise from Australian and international researchers, clinicians, consumers and carers.
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Editorial - On managing change; Guest Editorial - Practice, policy and research: Families where a parent has a mental illness; Guest Editorial - Children aged 0-5 with a parent who has a mental illness: The need for early intervention; Guest Editorial - Building the evidence base for families living with parental mental illness; Guest Editorial - A message from Britain: Inquiries into child deaths - will it ever change?; Estimating consumer parenthood within mental health services: A census approach; Taking a closer look: A cross-sector audit of families where a parent has a mental illness

CHAMPS: A peer support program for children of parents with a mental illnessCommentary on consumer and carer participation in a national mental health promotion initiative

Prevention of emotional problems and psychiatric risks in children of parents with a mental illness in the Netherlands: I. The scientific basis to a comprehensive approachPrevention of emotional problems and psychiatric risks in children of parents with a mental illness in the Netherlands: II. Interventions; Australian programs and workforce initiatives for children and their families where a parent has a mental illness; The Koping Program: A decade's commitment to enhancing service capacity for children of parents with a mental illness

For some time now there have been repeated calls for progress in the evidence and evaluation basis of interventions for children and families where a parent has a mental illness. This edition offers some solutions to these calls, but at the same time, highlights some of the difficulties when developing a rigorous scientific evidence and evaluation basis, and brings together a wide range of expertise from Australian and international researchers, clinicians, consumers and carers.