Teaching Mental Health

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Theo Stickley, Thurstine Basset
Wiley, Apr 23, 2007 - Psychology - 384 pages
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Mental health service users and carers are increasingly involved in the planning and delivery of a mental health education that gives a "real-life" perspective to the practice of mental health care. Teaching and Learning about Mental Health is designed to teach and train new mental health workers, using an interdisciplinary approach. Divided into three parts, the first discusses learning from service users; the second looks at innovative practices in teaching and learning; and the final part examines several approaches in teaching and learning, all illustrated with examples.

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About the author (2007)

Theo Stickley is Lecturer in Mental Health in the School of Nursing at the University of Nottingham. He teaches the post-graduate certificate in primary mental health care and is the Chair of the Arts and Mental Health Development Group within Nottingham Healthcare NHS Trust.

Thurstine Basset is an independent mental health training consultant. He works for various national organisations in the mental health field, including the Mental Health Foundation, Mind and the Richmond Fellowship. He is Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the Tizard Centre at the University of Kent.

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