Abstract

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.

LLU Discipline

Psychology

Department

Psychology

School

School of Science and Technology

First Advisor

Arechiga, Adam L.

Second Advisor

Vermeersch, David A.

Degree Name

Doctor of Psychology (PsyD)

Degree Level

Psych.D.

Year Degree Awarded

January 2012

Date (Title Page)

6-1-2012

Language

English

Library of Congress/MESH Subject Headings

Mental Health Services

Subject - Local

Mental Health Practice, Interdisciplinary

Type

Dissertation

Page Count

34 p.

Digital Format

Application/PDF

Digital Publisher

Loma Linda University Libraries

Usage Rights

This title appears here courtesy of the author, who has granted Loma Linda University a limited, non-exclusive right to make this publication available to the public. The author retains all other copyrights.

Collection

Loma Linda University Electronic Theses & Dissertations

Collection Website

http://scholarsrepository.llu.edu/etd/

Repository

Loma Linda University. Del E. Webb Memorial Library. University Archives

Included in

Psychology Commons

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