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Author: Jon G. Allen,Dean T. Collins
ISBN: 1568218737
Language: English
Pages: 115 pages
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Publisher: Jason Aronson, Inc. (July 1, 1996)
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Jon G. Allen, Dean T. Collins. The introduction of antipsychotic medication in the 1950s produced a revolution in the treatment of the severely mentally ill. Unfortunately, despite early optimism, these drugs did not cure schizophrenia. Treatment of psychotic illness on the biological level is never sufficient. Based on the treatment approach of the famous Menninger clinic, this book affirms the central role of nurturing a therapeutic relationship with psychotic patients and their families through a clear and unequivocal psychological understanding and acceptance.

Treatment of psychotic illness on the biological level is never sufficient. This approach does not settle for compliance with the treatment programme, but fosters the active participation of the patient and family in the design of the treatment plan to promote growth toward awareness and autonomy.

Contemporary Treatment of Psychosis: Healing Relationships in the Decade of the Brain. This article provides a brief history of the study of aphasia, along with current data on aphasic syndromes and their localization in the brain as well as information on testing procedures. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 1996, 115 pp. - Volume 172 Issue 2 - Brian Martindale.

Contemporary Treatment of Psychosis: Healing Relationships in the 'Decade of the Brain'. Paperback £2. 6 (RRP : £3. 5 save £. 9). Despite early optimism, drugs did not cure schizophrenia. Treatment of psychotic illness on the biological level is not sufficient. Coping with Trauma: Hope Through Understanding. Paperback £3. 0 (RRP : £4. 0 save £. 0).

It should be of interest to clinicians at all levels of training and experience who are interested in the humane treatment of patients with childhood trauma histories. Jon G. Allen and Dean T. Coping With Schizophrenia: A Guide for Families.

Contemporary treatment of psychosis.

The introduction of antipsychotic medication in the 1950s produced a revolution in the treatment of the severely mentally ill. Unfortunately, despite early optimism, these drugs did not cure schizophrenia. Treatment of psychotic illness on the biological level is never sufficient. Based on the treatment approach of the famous Menninger clinic, this book affirms the central role of nurturing a therapeutic relationship with psychotic patients and their families through a clear and unequivocal psychological understanding and acceptance. This approach does not settle for compliance with the treatment programme, but fosters the active participation of the patient and family in the design of the treatment plan to promote growth toward awareness and autonomy.