Person Centered Psychiatry by Juan E. MezzichPerson Centered Psychiatry by Juan E. Mezzich

Person Centered Psychiatry

byJuan E. MezzichEditorMichel Botbol, George N. Christodoulou

Paperback | July 12, 2018

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This book presents an authoritative overview of the emerging field of person-centered psychiatry. This perspective, articulating science and humanism, arose within the World Psychiatric Association and aims to shift the focus of psychiatry from organ and disease to the whole person within their individual context. It is part of a broader person-centered perspective in medicine that is being advanced by the International College of Person-Centered Medicine through the annual Geneva Conferences held since 2008 in collaboration with the World Medical Association, the World Health Organization, the International Council of Nurses, the International Federation of Social Workers, and the International Alliance of Patients' Organizations, among 30 other international health institutions.

In this book, experts in the field cover all aspects of person-centered psychiatry, the conceptual keystones of which include ethical commitment; a holistic approach; a relationship focus; cultural sensitivity; individualized care; establishment of common ground among clinicians, patients, and families for joint diagnostic understanding and shared clinical decision-making; people-centered organization of services; and person-centered health education and research.


Juan E. Mezzich MD PhDEditor in Chief, International Journal of Person Centered Medicine; Professor of Psychiatry, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, USAGeorge N Christodoulou MD PhDHonorary Fellow, World Psychiatric Association;  Former President, World Federation for Mental Health; Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, Un...
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Title:Person Centered PsychiatryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:569 pagesPublished:July 12, 2018Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3319819496

ISBN - 13:9783319819495

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Table of Contents

1.      Introduction: VolumeEditors

 

Section I: PRINCIPLES

            2. The person as center of health:Eric Cassell, D. Stoyanov

3. Ethics in person centered psychiatry:G Christodoulou, W Van Staden, D Jousset, M Schwartz, A. Mishara

4. Holistic framework for ill and positive health:CR Cloninger, K Cloninger, JE Mezzich

5.      Subjectivity, intersubjectivity and psychological functioning:M Botbol, D Lecic-Tosevski

6.      The role of communication: M Bras,V Djordjevic, R Ruiz, M Deveugele, R Ramalho, P Pype

7.      Cultural awareness and responsiveness:Laurence Kirmayer, R Bennegadi, M Kastrup

8.      Recovery, empowerment, and person centeredness:M Schmolke, M Amering, A Svettini

9.      Person-centered patient perspectives:J Groves

10.  Person-centered family perspectives:A Svettini, S Steffen, S Zorbas

 

Section II: DIAGNOSIS AND ASSESSMENT

11.  Person-centered Integrative Diagnosis and its Context:JE Mezzich, I Salloum, CR Cloninger, M Botbol

12.  Health status from illness to wellbeing:I Salloum,CR Cloninger, L Salvador, A Otero

13.  Health contributory factors:J Saavedra, E Villar, M Botbol

14.  Health experience and values:L. Kirmayer, JE Mezzich, W Van Staden

15.  Categories, dimensions and narratives:M Botbol, CEM Banzato, L Salvador-Carulla

 

Section III: PERSON CENTERED CARE APPROACHES

16.  Interdisciplinary team approach to clinical care:T Ghebrehiwet, M Botbol, M Ammon, I Burbiel

17.  Person-centered prevention:Nikos Christodoulou, D Lecic-Tosevski, R Kallivayalil

18.  Person-centered psychopharmacotherapy:Miro Jakovljevic, M T Abou-Saleh

19.  Person-centered psychotherapy:CR Cloninger, Kevin Cloninger

20.  Person-centered sociotherapy:Barbara Probst

21.  Person-centered rehabilitation:M Farkas, W Anthony, R Montenegro, E Gayvoronskaya 

22.  Person-centered mental health promotion and public health perspectives: G Christodoulou,W Rutz,H Herrman, N Christodoulou, M Schmolke.

 

Section IV: PERSON-CENTERED CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH SPECIFIC MENTAL CONDITIONS

23.  Dementia:D Brooker, J Snaedal

24.  Substance use disorders:MT Abou-Saleh, RE Tarter, IM Salloum

25.  Schizophrenia and related disorders:W Gaebel, J Zielasek       

26.  Bipolar disorder:IM Salloum, G Christodoulou

27.  Depression and anxiety disorders: Megan Campbell,Dan Stein

28.  Eating disorders:Franciscus Gonidakis, Ann-Sophie Lancien,

29.  Sexual disorders:L. Brajkovic, R. Hernandez, F. Navarro-Cremades, S.A. Azim, A. Pacheco-Palha

30.  Trauma:Mordechai Benyakar, Carlos Collazo, George Christodoulou

31.  Personality disorders: CR Cloninger,N Koldobsky,D Lecic-Tosevski, M Botbol

32.  Child and adolescent psychiatry:Michel Botbol, Marco Bertelli, Luis Salvador-Carulla, D Anagnostopoulos, Angeliki Christodoulou, J Appleyard

33.  Psychiatric and general medical comorbidity:H Millar, IM Salloum

 

Section V: SPECIAL TOPICS

34.  Spirituality, science and person centered care:J Cox, A Gray, MT Abou-Saleh, R Kallivayalil,S Pfeifer, A Moreira-Almeida

35.  Person-centered palliative care:L Grassi, M Riba, M Bras, Paul Glare

36.  Person-oriented forensic psychiatry:Lana Muzinic, Igor Marinic, Thanasis Douzenis

37.  People-centered organization of psychiatric services:R Kallivayalil, V Punnoose, H Herrman

38.  Evaluation of person-centered health services:L Kirisci,  J Hayes, JE Mezzich

39.  Person-centered psychiatric education:Rodrigo RamalhoRoger Montenegro, Veljko Djordjevic, Marijana Bras, Nikos Christodoulou

40.  Person-centered psychiatric and mental health research:L Salvador, A Finset, A Perales