Child Protection & Adult Mental Health

1st Edition

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Authors:

  • Amy Weir
  • Anthony Douglas
    • Print ISBN 9780750629041

    Table of Contents

    An introduction to the issues: a new holistic approach outlined; The real risks children face: the role and perspective of the child psychiatrist; Families coping with mental health problems: the role and perspective of the general adult psychiatrist; Professional challenges and dilemmas; Parenting as a civil right: supporting service users who choose to have children; Risk assessments of infants born to parents with a mental health problem or a learning disability; Postnatal depression in the context of changing patterns of childcare: the implications for primary prevention; Working with parents with mental health problems: management of the many risks; Understanding the needs of children and families from different cultures; The user's perspective: the experience of being a parent with a mental health problem; The size of the task facing professional agencies; Crossing over between services: the Lewisham experience; The contribution of the voluntary sector to innovation and development; Providing services to children and families where the parent has a mental health problem: the Australian experience; Managing strategies for change in childcare and mental health services in Bath and North East Somerset; Building bridges: lessons for the future.

    Details

    No. of pages:
    224
    Language:
    English
    Copyright:
    © 1999
    Published:
    Imprint:
    Butterworth-Heinemann
    Print ISBN:
    9780750629041

    About the authors

    Amy Weir

    Affiliations and Expertise

    Children's Services Manager, London Borough of Camden, London, UK

    Anthony Douglas

    Affiliations and Expertise

    Executive Director of Community Services, London Borough of Havering, Romford, Essex, UK