A whole family approach to mental health

July 2009
Community Care;7/23/2009, Issue 1780, p24
The article presents information on the Social Care Institute for Excellence (Scie) and the guidance offered for treating parents with mental health problems in Great Britain. Scie makes recommendations for improving policy and practice based on research evidence. It provides tools to improve services. It is stated that training and development should include a think family perspective with joint training for staff in adult mental health and children and family services.


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