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OUT OF THE MAINSTREAM:

HELPING THE CHILDREN OF PARENTS WITH A MENTAL ILLNESS

This book identifies many of the challenges faced by families and professionals with supporting children in complex situations.

It is aimed at many healthcare professional groups including health visiting, but it does not have much of a health visitor contribution, which is a weakness.

The first chapter is heavily theory-based, but case vignettes throughout the book do make clinical practice applications more visible. Part one of the text forwards the theory base, part two examines the children’s and adult mental health project with collaborative approaches, while part three explores the wider context from other professions and sectors.

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The February/March 2018 #MHNjournal highlights include: - Mother care? Counting the cost of perinatal mental ill health - MHN Editorial Board member, Nicky Lambert is Looking back, looking forward - Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing therapy for medically unexplained symptoms: a case study by Tom Hulme - The Mental Health & Smoking Partnership: tackling health inequality by Hazel Cheeseman - MHN Student Focus: Bethan Cumber on helping to inspire the nurses of the future - Inside the mind of... Jay Watts - Our regular updates from LPO Dave Munday and news from the mental health nursing world, including news of our 2018 support of Nursing in Practice events.