Collaborative Family inclusion Research Articles
AJPR Articles - Special Journal Issue on: Issues, Challenges, and Practices for Involving Families in Mental Health Service Delivery Systems.
The American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation (Volume 15, Issue 1, 2012) features a special section of articles edited by Dr. Phyllis Solomon of the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice on: Issues, Challenges, and Practices for Involving Families in Mental Health Services Delivery Systems.
INCLUDED: articles co-written by FRN Members Edie Mannion, Dave Dinich, Kathleen Cantwell, Max Molinaro, as well as Arthur Evans.
Additional Family Inclusion articles
1. Attitudes and Perceived Barriers to Working with Families of Persons with Severe Mental Illness: Mental Health Professionals’ PerspectivesHea-Won Kim & Michelle P. Salyers, Community Mental Health Journal, 2008, 44:337-345
2. Building Collaborative Relationships With Families of the Mentally IllHenry Grunebaum & Holly Friedman, Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 1988, Vol. 39, No. 11: 1183-1186
3. Family Contact and the Management of Medication Non-adherence in Schizophrenia
Joshua Wilk, Joyce West, et al, Community Mental Health Journal, 2008, 44:377-380
4. Principles & Practices of Psychiatric Rehabilitation: An Empirical Perspective
(NOTE: link is to Amazon.com review of the book) Chapter 10: Family Intervention, Phyllis Solomon, Guilford Publications
5. Family Skills for General Psychiatry Residents: Meeting ACGMI, Core Competency RequirementsEllen M. Berman, John Roland, et al, and (Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry Committee on the Family), Academic Psychiatry, 2006, 30:69-78
6. The Effect of Family Interventions on Relapse and Rehospitalization in Schizophrenia—A Meta-Analysis
7. Engaging Significant Others: The Tom Sawyer Approach to Case Management