248. Community Psychiatry

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248. Community Psychiatry

248. Community Psychiatry

 

 

CATEGORY: Medical & Medicine – 500 Courses

COURSE NUMBER: 248

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Syllabus

Part I Introduction and Background
1 The Present and Future of Community Psychiatry:
An Introduction ………………………………………………………………… 3
Hunter L. McQuistion, Wesley E. Sowers,
Jules M. Ranz, and Jacqueline Maus Feldman
2 History of Community Psychiatry ……………………………………… 11
Jacqueline Maus Feldman
Part II The Basics: Central Pillars of Community Psychiatry
3 Epidemiology in Community Psychiatry ……………………………. 21
Dana March and Ezra S. Susser
4 Public Health, Prevention, and Community Psychiatry ……… 37
Michael T. Compton
5 Financing of Community Behavioral Health Services …………. 45
Anita Everett, Wesley E. Sowers, and Hunter L. McQuistion
6 Advocacy: The Push and Pull of Psychiatrists ……………………. 61
Jeffrey Geller
7 Recovery and Person-Centered Care: Empowerment,
Collaboration, and Integration ………………………………………….. 79
Wesley E. Sowers
Part III The New: Emerging Keys to Practice
8 Inspiring a Welcoming, Hopeful Culture ……………………………. 93
Christie A. Cline and Kenneth Minkoff
9 Collaborative Person-Centered Planning …………………………… 103
Neal Adams and Diane Grieder
10 Peer Service Providers as Colleagues …………………………………. 117
Paolo del Vecchio

11 Telepsychiatry and e-Mental Health ………………………………….. 125
Avrim B. Fishkind, Robert N. Cuyler,
Michael A. Shiekh, and Mende Snodgress
12 Traumatic Stress in the Community:
Identi fi cation and Intervention ………………………………………….. 141
Paula G. Panzer, Elizabeth Snipes, and Caroline Peacock
13 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis (CBTp) ………….. 153
Michael Garrett
14 Integrated Care and Psychiatrists ……………………………………… 163
David A. Pollack, Lori E. Raney, and Erik R. Vanderlip
Part IV Practicing: Core Clinical Competencies and Techniques
15 Cultural Competence ………………………………………………………… 179
Russell F. Lim
16 Context-Speci fi c Assessment ……………………………………………… 193
Stephen M. Gold fi nger and Jacqueline Maus Feldman
17 Motivational Interviewing …………………………………………………. 201
Igor Koutsenok
18 Team-Based Treatment ……………………………………………………… 211
Carl C. Bell, Dominica F. McBride, Juanita Redd,
and Hayward Suggs
19 Psychiatric Rehabilitation Methods …………………………………… 223
Richard Warner
20 Psychiatrist-Led Outpatient Groups:
Putting Our Minds Together ……………………………………………… 233
Leslie Hartley Gise and Benjamin Crocker
21 Family Therapy in Public Sector Settings ………………………….. 247
Alison M. Heru
22 Basic Treatment Techniques for Persons with Mental
Disorders and Co-occurring Substance Use Disorders ……….. 257
Richard N. Rosenthal
Part V Tried and True: Major Evidence Based Practices
23 Evidence-Based Practices for Co-occurring Chemical
Dependency and Mental Illness …………………………………………. 277
Christine Yuodelis-Flores, Richard K. Ries,
and W. Murray Bennett
24 Case Management and Assertive Community Treatment …… 293
Richard J. Goscha, Charles A. Rapp, Gary R. Bond,
and Robert E. Drake

25 Supported Employment…………………………………………………….. 309
Kim T. Mueser and Gary R. Bond
26 Behavioral and Physical Health Self-Management ……………… 319
Anthony J. Salerno and Paul J. Margolies
27 Psychopharmacology and Medication Adherence ………………. 329
Ron Diamond
28 Integrated Family Psycho-Education:
Helping Families Help Their Loved Ones Recover ……………… 339
Susan M. Deakins and William R. McFarlane
Part VI Heroes: Promising Practices and Interventions
29 The Role of Psychiatry in Permanent Supported Housing ….. 349
Sam Tsemberis, Benjamin Henwood, Van Yu,
Alexa Whoriskey, and Ana Stefancic
30 Fountain House and Community Psychiatry ……………………… 369
Alan Doyle
31 Innovative Community-Based Crisis
and Emergency Services ……………………………………………………. 379
Deepika Sabnis and Rachel Lipson Glick
32 International Trends in Community
Mental Health Services ……………………………………………………… 389
Alan Rosen, Paul O’Halloran, and Roberto Mezzina
Part VII Applied Public Health: Special Populations
33 Homelessness and Behavioral Health
in the New Century …………………………………………………………… 407
Hunter L. McQuistion
34 Criminal Justice: Promoting Public Health
and Public Safety………………………………………………………………. 423
Fred C. Osher
35 Disaster Victims and the Response to Trauma ……………………. 435
Matthew N. Goldenberg, David Benedek, and Robert J. Ursano
36 Veterans and War ……………………………………………………………… 447
Susan R. Rathmell, William G. Ryan, Susan D. Isbill,
Misti J. Norton, Kristen R. Foster, Gabrielle Metz,
and Darren L. Kennemer
37 Clinical Issues and Programming for Lesbian, Gay,
Bisexual, and Transgender Populations ……………………………… 459
Ronald E. Hellman
38 Child and Adolescent Community Psychiatry ……………………. 473
Charles Huf fi ne

39 Serving Elders in the Public Sector ……………………………………. 485
Carl I. Cohen and Fayaz Ibrahim
40 Rural Populations …………………………………………………………….. 503
Paulette Marie Gillig, Ann K. Morrison, and Helene Silverblatt
Part VIII Making it All Work: Systems and Administration
41 Transforming Mental Health Systems and Programs …………. 513
Michael F. Hogan
42 Exercising Effective Leadership ………………………………………… 523
Jacqueline Maus Feldman
43 Service and Resource Management ……………………………………. 533
Wesley E. Sowers
44 The Medical Director in Community-Based Mental
Health Care ………………………………………………………………………. 543
Stephen Rosenheck and Jules M. Ranz
45 Program Evaluation and Quality Management ………………….. 551
Robert Savage, Patricia F. Cornett, and Natalie P. Goodwin
46 Mental Health Services Research
and Community Psychiatry ………………………………………………. 561
Mario Cruz
Part IX Shaping the Future: Education, Workforce,
and Professional Development
47 Medical School and Residency Education
in Community Psychiatry ………………………………………………….. 577
Kathleen A. Clegg
48 Public/Community Psychiatry Fellowships ………………………… 589
Jules M. Ranz
49 Mentoring, Supervision, and Consultation
in Community Mental Health ……………………………………………. 599
Joel S. Feiner
50 Ethics for Community Psychiatry:
Evidence-Based Policies and Procedures ……………………………. 607
H. Steven Mof fi c and Herb Bateman
Index ……………………………………………………………………………………….. 613

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