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Book Reviews

Clinical Guide to the Treatment of the Mentally Ill Homeless Person

Ethan Samuel Rofman, MD

Published: June 15, 2007

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This book is a practical, concise, informative, sophisticated but easy-to-read clinical guide written for clinicians who work with mentally ill homeless persons. It is well edited, and its chapters follow an overall structure based on 3 essential phases of rehabilitation: engagement, intensive care, and ongoing rehabilitation.

Following an introductory chapter written by the editors, there are chapters on outreach and engagement, single adults, families, and assertive community treatment.’ ‹


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Volume: 68

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