Annotated Bibliography on Inservice Training for Allied Professionals and Nonprofessionals in Community Mental Health

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1969 - Allied mental health personnel - 49 pages
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169 references from period 1967-1969. Subject index.
 

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Page iii - These seven publications were developed as a joint effort of the National Institute of Mental Health and the National Communicable Disease Center of the Health Services and Mental Health Administration, Public Health Service, US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. The project was administered by the National Institute of Mental Health's Community Mental Health Centers Staffing Branch of the Division of Mental Health Service Programs; the Continuing...
Page 5 - The clinic team is composed of a psychiatrist, a clinical psychologist, and a psychiatric social worker with occasional trainees in the respective disciplines for varying periods up to one year.
Page 40 - Health began to test the hypothesis that carefully selected, mature people can be trained within two years to do psychotherapy within certain limitations.
Page iv - Service-technical reviewer; Mr. Alfred R. Kinney, Jr., Chief, Training Methods Development Section, Training Program, National Communicable Disease Center-advisor; Mrs. Anne W. Morgan, Health Educator, Region IV Office of Comprehensive Health Planning-technical reviewer; Dr. Robert D. Quinn, Staff Psychologist, Community Mental Health Centers Staffing Branch, Division of Mental Health Service Programs, National Institute of Mental Health-NIMH coordinator; Dr. Dorothy Schroeder, Professor of Social...
Page 24 - Law 89-105 provides traineeships and fellowships for the training of teachers and educators of teachers of exceptional children, it provides additional funds for research and demonstration projects for the education of handicapped children, and it provides funds for the construction of at least one research facility.
Page 29 - NATIONAL CLEARINGHOUSE FOR MENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION. Bibliography on religion and mental health 1960-1964 (Public Health Service Publ.
Page iii - Other titles in the group are: Annotated Bibliography on Inservice Training for Key Professionals in Community Mental Health Annotated Bibliography on Inservice Training in Mental Health for Staff in Residential Institutions...
Page 26 - Institute of Mental Health activities representing eight major programs of the Institute are described in terms of meeting the needs of normal children in normal environments, providing early treatment of mental and emotional disorders in childhood, and developing treatment and rehabilitation programs for severely disturbed children. Included are results of basic research, applied studies, small laboratory experiments, and long-range clinical investigations. Training programs for professional personnel,...
Page 9 - It has involved a series of seminars sponsored since 1958 by the Medical Society of the County of Kings, the Brooklyn Psychiatric Society, and the American Academy of General Practice.

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