Research has demonstrated the benefit of interdisciplinary practices in clinical settings, training programs, and research models. This project will review the literature regarding the collaboration of various disciplines in mental health including history, key aspects of integrating mental health as seen through other collaborative efforts, and future direction. In addition, outlining 8 key features that can facilitate more constructive collaboration in the mental health field (Psychological, Psychiatry, Social Work, Marriage and Family, and others). This effort is so we may understand each other's needs and work better together for the overall benefit of our patients.
School of Science and Technology
Arechiga, Adam L.
Vermeersch, David A.
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD)
Year Degree Awarded
Date (Title Page)
Library of Congress/MESH Subject Headings
Mental Health Services
Subject - Local
Mental Health Practice, Interdisciplinary
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Paden, Daniel A., "Synthesizing and Integrating Mental Health Practice: An Interdisciplinary Approach" (2012). Loma Linda University Electronic Theses, Dissertations & Projects. Paper 90.
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