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Collaborative Consultation in Mental Health: Guidelines for the New Consultant offers a practical guide for professionals working ‘indirectly’ with clients through consultation with staff. As resources become more scarce in public services and a greater number of people seek mental health interventions, professionals are increasingly called upon to consult with practitioners who conduct face-to-face work with clients. This book provides an essential guide for those who are interested in developing their consultation competence.
This book introduces the reader to the principles of a collaborative approach to consultation with practitioners, teams and agencies working in health, education, social care and mental health. The book takes the reader step-by-step through the collaborative consultation process, from preparing and setting up the context for consultation through to communicating effectively to build cooperative partnerships, and evaluating consultation outcomes. Collaborative Consultation in Mental Health guides the consultant in how to apply and develop these principles and practices within group consultation and also addresses common dilemmas and challenges consultants encounter.
Collaborative Consultation in Mental Healthwill appeal to both new and experienced consultants working with adults, children, older people, people with intellectual disabilities and families across a range of contexts.
‘So now there really is a book, to help us develop a practical competence in collaborative consultation’. Rudi Dallos from his Foreword
‘the present volume assists us in our understanding of collaborative practice, in general, and collaborative consultation, in particular …. it offers a wealth of resources to achieve the coordination of diversity through collaborative practices.’ Sheila McNamee from her After Words
List of figures, exercises and guides
List of contributors
GLENDA FREDMAN, ANDIA PAPADOPOULOU AND EMMA WORWOOD
Guiding principles and practices for collaborative consultation
ANDIA PAPADOPOULOU AND GLENDA FREDMAN
NICOLA WEBB AND GLENDA FREDMAN
EMMA WORWOOD AND GLENDA FREDMAN
Extending consultation practices
GLENDA FREDMAN AND ANDIA PAPADOPOULOU
SELMA RIKBERG SMYLY AND SARAH COLES
ELEANOR MARTIN, ALISON MILTON AND GLENDA FREDMAN