Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Margaret Gatz, editor.|
|Contributions||Gatz, Margaret., American Psychological Association.|
|LC Classifications||RC451.4.A5 E44 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 379 p. :|
|Number of Pages||379|
|LC Control Number||95023748|
Emerging Issues in Mental Health and Aging Paperback – September 1, by Margaret Gatz (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price Format: Paperback. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Mental health policy and older Americans: historical and current perspectives / Anita L. Rosen, Jane Ann Pancake, and Larry Rickards --Efficacy of clinical treatment for mental disorders among older persons / Lon S. Schneider --Strengths and limitations of research on late-life. Following entries are devoted to the major forms of mental disorders in later life, with a focus on diagnosis, assessment, and treatment issues. Finally, the book focuses on the settings and contexts of professional mental health practice and on emerging policy issues that affect research and practice. Emerging Issues in Occupational Disease: Mental Health in the Aging Working Population and Cognitive Impairment—A Narrative Review Gabriele Giorgi, 1 Luigi I. Lecca, 2 Jose M. Leon-Perez, 3 Silvia Pignata, 4 Gabriela Topa, 5 and Nicola Mucci 2Author: Gabriele Giorgi, Luigi I. Lecca, Jose M. Leon-Perez, Silvia Pignata, Gabriela Topa, Nicola Mucci.
This chapter examines the role of mental health in emerging-adult development and adjustment describing a stage-specific model of mental health. It first addresses the importance of the mental health needs of emerging adults before considering a model that conceptualizes and measures mental health based on four general approaches: mental health as normality, mental health as a set of Cited by: 1. The State of Mental Health and Aging in America. Mental Health Problems in Older Adults The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance. System and Indicators. It is estimated that 20% of people age 55 years or older experience some type of. mental health concern (6). The . Get this from a library! Emerging issues in mental health and aging. [Margaret Gatz; American Psychological Association.;] -- The contributors cover such topics as promoting mental health policy, encouraging optimal health as people age, expanding and consolidating the scientific research in late-life psychiatric disorders. Aging and Mental Health (3rd ed.) (Understanding Aging series) by Daniel L. Segal. the book focuses on the settings and contexts of professional mental health practice and on emerging policy issues that affect research and practice. This combination of theory and practice helps readers conceptualize mental health problems in later life and.
Researchers find antipsychotic use among older adults increases with age despite known health risks. In , more than 3/4 of seniors receiving an antipsychotic prescription had no documented clinical psychiatric diagnosis during the year. In addition, among those who did have a diagnosed mental disorder and/or dementia, nearly half of the. Handbook of Mental Health and Aging. Book and academicians to further consider the impact of older persons' gender and ethnicity on their mental health and well-being. An emerging pattern among ethnic minority populations has shown that the mental impairments associated with aging are amplified by problems related to ethnicity and gender. This new edition reflects the continued changes in the way we age. The fourth edition has been updated to include emerging issues in aging. These include the prevalence of HIV/AIDs in later life, current research on mental potential in old age, the creation of age-friendly cities, and . Mental Health in Emerging Adulthood For many young people, the first symptoms of a mental health disorder coincide with the transition out of adolescence. People in this age group seem to have a different set of needs and responses to treatment than children, teens, and older adults with mental illness.