Mental Wellness in Aging: Strengths-based Approaches
Judah L. Ronch, Joseph A. Goldfield
Health Professions Press, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 386 pages
Mental Wellness in Aging incisively examines forces shaping aging in the 21st century -- principles of autonomy and consumer empowerment that increase quality of life -- reformulated constructs about retirement -- creative approaches to successful aging, such as transpersonal gerontology and the social portfolio -- cultural competence in care management -- clinical uses of narrative therapies -- strengths-based treatment of traumas -- new conceptions of nursing facility care.
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A StrengthsBased Approach
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