Disability Series: Mental Disability and Rehabilitation Sourcebook

Editor: Williams, Angela L.
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Single-User Purchase Price: $45.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $67.50
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1766-1
Category: Health & Medicine - Rehabilitation & Therapy
Image Count: 7
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Provides an overview of the most common types of mental disability, behavioral-health therapies, co-occurring disorders, medications commonly used to treat mental disability, treatment options, culturally competent care, accessibility, rehabilitation, and the ways in which the Affordable Care Act provides parity protections for behavioral-health services, along with tips on finding a therapist, supporting a friend or family member through diagnosis and treatment, and information about the neurodiversity movement, along with information on how to find government and local disability programs and resources.

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Table of Contents

    • Preface
    • Part 1: Psychiatric Disability
    • Chapter 1—Mental Health and Early Warning Signs
    • Chapter 2—Mental Disorders
    • Chapter 3—Prevalence of Mental Illness
    • Chapter 4—What Are Co-Occurring Disorders?
    • Chapter 5—The Connection between Mental Health and Chronic Disease
    • Chapter 6—The Connection between Mental Illness and Substance-Use Disorders
    • Chapter 7—Mental Illness and Life Expectancy
    • Chapter 8—Psychiatric Disability and Quality of Life
    • Chapter 9—Common Mental Disorders
    • Chapter 10—Common Psychotic Disorders
    • Part 2: Personal, Social, and Economic Impact of Mental Disability
    • Chapter 11—How Does a Mental Disability Affect a Person’s Life?
    • Chapter 12—Common Barriers to Participation
    • Chapter 13—Impact of Disability on Family and Interpersonal Relationships
    • Chapter 14—HIV/AIDS and Mental Health
    • Chapter 15—Attitudes toward Mental Illness and Stigma
    • Chapter 16—Media Portrayal of Mental Illness
    • Chapter 17—Should You Disclose Your Mental Illness to Your Employer?
    • Chapter 18—Youth Transitioning with Mental Disability
    • Chapter 19—Working with a Mental-Health Condition
    • Chapter 20—Link between Poverty and Mental Illness
    • Part 3: Recovery, Rehabilitation, and Caregiving
    • Chapter 21—Recovery Model and Treatment of Mental Illness
    • Chapter 22—Recovery after an Initial Schizophrenia Episode (RAISE) Project: Questions and Answers
    • Chapter 23—Peer Support and Recovery
    • Chapter 24—Guiding Principles of Recovery
    • Chapter 25—Healthy Lifestyle to Support Recovery
    • Chapter 26—Supported Employment for Serious Mental Illness
    • Chapter 27—Importance of Psychological Resilience in Recovery
    • Chapter 28—Rehabilitation Medicine
    • Chapter 29—Spirituality in Psychiatric Rehabilitation
    • Chapter 30—Psychotherapies
    • Chapter 31—Integrated Care for Mental Health
    • Chapter 32—Mental-Health Crisis
    • Chapter 33—Health and Well-Being
    • Chapter 34—Tips for Caring for Someone with a Mental Disability
    • Chapter 35—Technology and the Future of Mental-Health Treatment
    • Part 4: Protections, Rights, and Benefits
    • Chapter 36—Americans with Disabilities Act
    • Chapter 37—Rights of Students with Hidden Disabilities
    • Chapter 38—Accommodations for Employees with Psychiatric Disabilities
    • Chapter 39—Impact of Mental-Health Conditions in the Workplace
    • Chapter 40—Legal Requirements to Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits
    • Chapter 41—Mental-Health Coverage under the Affordable Care Act
    • Chapter 42—Mental-Health Rehabilitation Programs for Veterans
    • Chapter 43—Disability Rights Movement
    • Chapter 44—Neurodiversity Movement
    • Part 5: Additional Resources
    • Chapter 45—Organizations That Provide Services for People with Mental Disabilities