Sourcebook Of Rehabilitation And Mental Health Practice by David P. MoxleySourcebook Of Rehabilitation And Mental Health Practice by David P. Moxley

Sourcebook Of Rehabilitation And Mental Health Practice

byDavid P. MoxleyEditorJohn R. Finch

Paperback | May 31, 2013

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We live in a day and age in which many fields come together to define new ones, and out of these newly defined areas come innovative practices, and emergent ways of thinking. The Sourcebook on Rehabilitation and Mental Health Practice documents one of these new fields, one formed by the coalescence of rehabilitative and mental health services and employment. Only recently have human service practitioners, policy makers, and administrators recognized that there is a growing synergy among these areas once separated by great gulfs of differences in culture, perspectives and values, and technologies. It is not happenstance that rehabilitation, mental health, and employment are becoming increasingly integrated in contemporary human services. There is considerable interest in work in contemporary society although different values and perspectives mediate this interest. For people with disabilities, an interest in work often comes from deep frustration- from not having ready access to work, and from not having enough of it to facilitate an acce- able quality of life or independent living. Some people find work to be a source of problems that negatively affects their functioning. They find the workplace stressful and unsupportive, or they feel that work exacts too much from them, reducing their quality of life and setting into motion numerous negative personal effects (Beck, 2000).
Title:Sourcebook Of Rehabilitation And Mental Health PracticeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:490 pagesPublished:May 31, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1475781768

ISBN - 13:9781475781762

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Table of Contents

List of Contributors. Preface. 1. Introduction: The Coalescence of Rehabilitation and Mental Health Practice; D.P. Moxley, J.R. Finch. Section I: The Promise and Challenges of Employment. 2. Americans at Work: A Developmental Approach; E. Danto. 3. Employment and Empowerment of People with Disabilities: A Social Development Perspective; C. Beverly, A.R. Alvarez. 4. The Recovery Framework in Rehabilitation and Mental Health; L. Spaniol, et al. 5. Business and Legal Conditions Supporting the Employment of Individuals with Disabilities; R. Erlandson. 6. Reasonable Job Accommodations for People with Disabilities; J. Olsheski, R. Schelat. 7. Strategic Career Development for People with Disabilities; D.P. Moxley, et al. Section II: Service Roles and Contexts in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Practice. 8. The Role of Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors in Mental Health Services; G.G. Garske. 9. The Role of Mental Health Professionals in Responding to Employment Needs; J. Walsh, M.S. Walsh. 10. State Rehabilitation Authorities and Their Role in Responding to Employment Needs of People with Serious Mental Illness; E. Fabian, et al. 11. Involvement of State and Local Mental Health Authorities in Addressing the Employment Needs of People with Serious Mental Illness; M.B. Knisley, et al. Section III: Developing Readiness for Employment. 12. Fostering Readiness for Rehabilitation and Employment; M. Farkas, D. Nicolellis. 13. Cognitive Remediation for Increasing Functional Independence; L.R. Gwilliam,et al. 14. Utilization of Group Approaches to Address Employment Issues; C. Garvin. 15. The Vocational Development Programs of the Clubhouse; K. Magaw. 16. Benefit Advisement for Mental Health Consumers Seeking Employment; G. Cusick. 17. Workplace Socialization of People with Disabilities: Implications for Job Development and Placement; D.P. Moxley, et al. Section IV: Sustaining Employment and Developing Self-Employment Options. 18. Organizing Supports in the Workplace to Sustain Employment; W. Tyrell, et al. 19. Accessible Design and Employment of People with Disabilities; R. Erlandson. 20. Clinical Interventions into Employment-Related Mental Health Concerns; M. Raider, et al. 21. Mental Health Case Management and Employment Outcomes; P. Sullivan. 22. Addressing Substance Abuse Problems in the Workplace; A. Favorini. 23. Sustaining Employment During Acute Mental Health Episodes; L. Hoffman, et al. 24. Helping People with Disabilities Start and Develop Consumer-Run Businesses; J.B. Allen Jr., B. Granger. Section V: Responding to Rehabilitation, Mental Health and Employment Needs. 25. Planning and Supporting the Transition of Secondary School Students from School to Adult Life; R.W. Manela, et al. 26. Mental Health and Community Support Strategies for Fostering Employment of People who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing; J. Pray. 27. Supporting the Employment of People with Serious Mental Illness; R. Baer. 28. Addressing the Employment Needs of