Monographie

WT 150 E53 (disponible) - Monographie
Emerging trends in psychological practice in long-term care / ed. NORRIS, Margaret P. ; ed. Molinari, Victor A. ; ed. OGLAND-HAND, Suzann.
Binghamton, NY : Haworth Press;Clinical gerontologist, 2002, 303 p.


Mots-clés principaux
:
psychogériatrie
Psychologie appliquée
Soins de longue durée

Mots-clés secondaires : Approche systémique ; Comportement perturbateur ; Confidentialité ; Consentement éclairé ; Démence ; Dépression ; Équipe multidisciplinaire ; Famille ; Formation ; Psychologue ; Thérapie de groupe

Résumé :

The first section of Emerging Trends in Psychological Practice in Long-Term Care examines modifications to traditional psychotherapy techniques that make them more appropriate for long-term care patients, with chapters reviewing: group therapy in long-term care; brief psychotherapy for treating depression in patients with dementia ;
the use of autobiographical memory techniques in cognitive-behavioral treatment for depression ; the treatment of disruptive behaviors in LTC residents.

The second section covers systematic therapy approaches in LTC settings, with chapters discussing:
distinctive family therapy issues in LTC an LTC systems application of behavioral treatment for depression using pleasant events a comparison of patient and staff perceptions of characteristics that contribute to the quality of LTC facilities a multidisciplinary team approach to the treatment of dementia training LTC caregivers in behavioral techniques.

The third section of this remarkable volume addresses the thorny ethical and legal issues unique to LTC residents, including legal definitions, requirements for obtaining informed consent from LTC patients, and confidentiality dilemmas that are unique to clinical services in long-term care.

Contents:
Introduction: Emerging Practices for Psychologists in Long-Term Care
SECTION ONE: MODIFICATIONS OF TRADITIONAL PSYCHOTHERAPY TECHNIQUES
Group Therapy in Long Term Care Sites
R-E-M- Psychotherapy: A Manualized Approach for Long-Term Care Residents with Depression and Dementia
Use of Positive Core Memories in an LTC: A Review
Disruptive Behavior: Systemic and Strategic Management
SECTION TWO: MULTIDISCIPLINARY AND SYSTEMIC ISSUES
Family Work in a Long-Term Care Setting
Pleasant Events-Based Behavioral Intervention for Depression in Nursing Home Residents: A Conceptual and Empirical Foundation
Systemic Characteristics of Long-Term Care in Residential Environments: Clinical Importance of Differences in Staff and Resident Perceptions
A Team Effort for Treating Depression in Dementia
Training in Long-Term Care Facilities: Critical Issues
SECTION THREE: ETHICAL AND CONFIDENTIALITY QUANDARIES
Informed Consent in the Long Term Care Setting
Psychologists' Multiple Roles in Long-Term Care: Untangling Confidentiality Quandaries
Confidentiality and Informed Consent versus Collaboration: Challenges of Psychotherapy Ethics in Nursing Homes





Langue : Anglais
Type d'ouvrage AQESSS : MONO
Doc n° : 18723 ISBN / ISSN : 078902005X
NumRec : 1872303
 

       

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