9780465075157

Models of Collaboration

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  • ISBN13:

    9780465075157

  • ISBN10:

    0465075150

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2003-05-06
  • Publisher: Basic Books

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Summary

With vivid case examples, the authors provide an important new model that shows how therapists and medical providers can work collaboratively with patients and families in the new health care system, to benefit all concerned.

Author Biography

David B. Seaburn, M.S., NCC is Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Family Medicine at the University of Rochester. He lives in Rochester, New York. David B. Seaburn, M.S., NCC is Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Family Medicine at the University of Rochester. He lives in Rochester, New York. David B. Seaburn, M.S., NCC is Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Family Medicine at the University of Rochester. He lives in Rochester, New York. David B. Seaburn, M.S., NCC is Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Family Medicine at the University of Rochester. He lives in Rochester, New York. David B. Seaburn, M.S., NCC is Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Family Medicine at the University of Rochester. He lives in Rochester, New York.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Foundations of Collaboration
Foundations of Collaborationp. 3
Collaboration in Historical Perspectivep. 25
Key Ingredients for Effective Collaborationp. 46
The Efficacy of a Collaborative Approachp. 71
Perspectives on Collaboration
The Role of Personal Experience in the Decision to Collaboratep. 97
Wrong Turns, Blind Alleys, and Paths to Followp. 110
The Influence of Collaboration on the Mental Health Professional's Identity and Practicep. 122
Implementing Collaboration
Fostering Flexibility: The Spectrum of Collaborationp. 145
The "Real World": Collaboration in Primary Carep. 159
Views from the Inside: Setting up a Collaborative Primary Care Practicep. 179
Fertile Fields: Collaboration in Family Medicine Residency Programsp. 194
Partners in the "House": Collaboration in Hospital Settingsp. 213
Up-Front Money: Collaboration and Managed Carep. 238
Training and the Future of Collaboration
Training for Collaborationp. 265
Predictions for the Future of Collaborationp. 292
Collaborative Family Health Care Coalition Chaptersp. 306
Eliciting the Patient's and Family's Storyp. 309
Conferencesp. 311
Training Program Directoryp. 312
Medical Terminologyp. 315
Mental Health Record-Keeping for Medical Settingsp. 317
Referencesp. 318
Indexp. 335
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