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Author Iati, Carina A
Title The Psychosis Response Guide : How to Help Young People in Psychiatric Crises
Imprint New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2015
©2015
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Descript 1 online resource (180 pages)
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Note Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Share The Psychosis Response Guide: How to Help Young People in Psychiatric Crises -- Introduction: Mission and Purpose of This Book -- Chapter 1: What Do We Know About Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders and Treatment Options? -- Diagnosing Mental Illness -- What are Psychotic Disorders? -- Causes and Precipitants of Psychotic Illness -- Treatments for Psychotic Illness -- Medication -- Psychotherapy -- Rehabilitative Therapies -- Treatment Settings -- Support for Early Intervention -- Research to Date -- Crunching the Numbers -- Dedicated Research Programs -- A Policy Shift -- Why Are You So Vital to This Process? -- References -- Chapter 2: What Does a First Psychotic Episode Look Like? -- Five Major Categories of Symptoms Associated with a Psychotic Episode -- Positive Symptoms -- Negative Symptoms -- Disorganized Symptoms -- Affective Symptoms -- Cognitive Symptoms -- Associated Symptoms of a Psychotic Episode -- Abnormal Motor Behavior -- Poor Insight -- How do Symptoms Appear in Daily Life? -- Decline in Academic or Work Performance -- Academic Performance -- Work -- Unusual Behavior -- Interpersonal Relationships -- Decline in Caring for Self -- Social Isolation -- Increased Substance Use -- Impairment in Concentration and Attention -- Summary -- Reference -- Chapter 3: How Can You Engage an Individual Identified as Needing Assistance? -- What to Expect When Approaching with Concern -- Typical Responses -- Important Considerations Prior to Intervention -- Context -- State of the Illness -- Relationships -- Basic Engagement Behavior -- Verbal Behavior -- Nonverbal Behaviors -- Summary -- Exhibit 3.1: Christopher -- Exhibit 3.2: Jenelle -- Exhibit 3.3: Sandra -- Exhibit 3.4: Michael -- Chapter 4: How Can You Intervene?
Assessment of an Objective Concern: Is there a Problem? -- Unsafe or Bizarre Behaviors -- General "Red Flags" -- Systematic Assessment of the Environment: When and How Should I Intervene? -- Assessment of the Situation -- Assessment of the Person's Safety -- Introducing and Encouraging the Idea of Help: What can I do? -- Step 1: Create a Supportive Environment -- Step 2: Initiating the Conversation -- Step 3: Introducing the Notion of Treatment or Help -- Developing a Plan -- Common Reactions and Responses -- How to Determine Immediate Needs -- Final Considerations -- Exhibit 4.1: Andre -- Exhibit 4.2: Deena -- Exhibit 4.3: Joel -- Exhibit 4.4: Jamie -- Exhibit 4.5: Kenya -- Exhibit 4.6: Aiden -- Exhibit 4.7: Coping Plan -- Chapter 5: Follow-Up and Outcomes -- Potential Outcomes Following Your Intervention -- Declining All Treatment Options -- Hospitalization -- Outpatient Treatment -- What is the Best Way for You to Follow-Up? -- Obligations and Limitations of Professions -- Experience and Training -- Requests of the Individual -- Personal Comfort Level -- How to Continue to Help -- Practical Support -- Emotional Support -- Supporting Connections With Additional Resources -- Processing Your Own Reactions -- Summary -- Chapter 6: National Resources -- Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Iati, Carina A. The Psychosis Response Guide : How to Help Young People in Psychiatric Crises New York : Springer Publishing Company,c2015 9780826124371
Subject Adolescent psychotherapy
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Alt Author Waford, Rachel N
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