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Social work practice in community mental health

The authors analyze social work's role in community mental health and describe practice models that enable practitioners to contribute to the improvement of an individual's mental status while maintaining a view of the person in the environment and a commitment to the improvement of social life.

Journal Title: Social Work 1 January 1981, Vol.26(1), pp.16-24
Main Author: Segal, Steven P.
Other Authors: Baumohl, Jim
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Language: English
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title: Social work practice in community mental health
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  • Segal, Steven P.
  • Baumohl, Jim
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  • Behavioral sciences -- Sociology -- Human societies
  • Health sciences -- Health and wellness -- Mental health
  • Behavioral sciences -- Sociology -- Human societies
  • Health sciences -- Health care industry -- Health care services
  • Behavioral sciences -- Psychology -- Clinical psychology
  • Health sciences -- Health care industry -- Medical practice
  • Health sciences -- Medical sciences -- Medical research
  • Health sciences -- Health care industry -- Health care services
  • Behavioral sciences -- Psychology -- Cognitive psychology
  • Philosophy -- Axiology -- Ethics
ispartof: Social Work, 1 January 1981, Vol.26(1), pp.16-24
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