"It will...be a useful addition to a reading list for public health students and anyone interested in promoting mental health in their clients. It will provide a useful platform for debate, and a summary of mental health needs at different points in the life span."
Critical Public Health
"This text provides an excellent overview for anyone new to mental health promotion or wanting to refresh their learning.
...the book provides a concise argument that mental health promotion has a strong theory base, evidence base and value base for anyone wishing to learn, advocate for or develop its practice."
"This book is a useful overview for mental health promotion and will stimulate practitioners and researchers to delve more into this important topic"
The Internet Journal of Mental Health
Mental Health Promotion is the first textbook to provide an accessible guide to applied mental health promotion across all age groups, and demonstrates how both principles and theory can be used to underpin mental health promotion. Cross cutting themes at each stage of the lifespan are addressed, including: reduction of inequalities; theory and evidence based practice and culturally sensitive approaches to practice.
Key features of the book include:A recognition of the `uniqueness' of different age groups in terms of specific mental health issuesA lifespan approach; identifying different health promotion interventions for different age groupsIllustrations of how to apply health promotion theory and principles to practiceInclusion of up to date evidence based examples of good practice for different age groupsUse of international, national and local examplesMental Health Promotion is essential reading for those working in or studying public health, mental health promotion, social work, nursing, youth and community or community care.
Publisher: Open University Press
Number of pages: 264
Weight: 1 g
Dimensions: 242 x 172 x 17 mm
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