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Person-centred care in psychiatry, self-relational, contextual, and normative perspectives, Gerrit Glas

Summary
This book offers a distinctive approach to two important linked conceptual issues in psychiatry: the relation between self, context, and psychopathology; and the intrinsic normativity of psychiatry as a practice. It shows how the clinical conception of psychopathology and psychiatry as normative practice are innately connected, and how the normative practice model can be conceived as a natural extension of the analysis of the web of relations that sustain illness behavior
Table Of Contents
Psychiatry in need of philosophy -- Self-relatedness, psychopathology, and the context : a clinical perspective -- Self-relatedness, psychopathology, and the context : the concept of disease -- Self-relatedness, psychopathology, and the context : the concept of self -- Being a professional : self-relatedness and normativity -- Toward a normative practice approach for mental healthcare -- Psychiatry in contexts -- Philosophical backgrounds -- Person-centered care in psychiatry : future prospects
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Physical Description
1 online resource (xii, 220 pages), illustrations
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9780429512681

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