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social worker and psychotropic medication

Kia J. Bentley

social worker and psychotropic medication

toward effective collaboration with mental health clients, families, and providers

by Kia J. Bentley

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Published by Thomson Brooks/Cole in Belmont, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychiatric social work -- United States.,
  • Mental illness -- Chemotherapy -- United States.,
  • Psychopharmacology -- United States.,
  • Psychotropic Drugs.,
  • Mental Disorders -- drug therapy.,
  • Social Work, Psychiatric.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [291]-321) and indexes.

    StatementKia J. Bentley, Joseph Walsh.
    ContributionsWalsh, Joseph
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV689 .B46 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 332 p. :
    Number of Pages332
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20570936M
    ISBN 100534515517
    LC Control Number2005901234

    social workers making referrals for psychiatric medication in particular, a recent national survey of clinical social workers confirmed thatthis activity is one of the most frequently performed social work roles related to medication management. Indeed. 72% of the large sample of National Association of Social Workers. - Medications requiring an rx designed to treat mental health and substance abuse issues.. See more ideas about Psychotropic medications, Mental health nursing, Psychiatric nursing pins.

    QUICK REFERENCE TO PSYCHOTROPIC MEDICATIONS® To the best of our knowledge recommended doses and side effects listed below are accurate. However, this is meant as a general reference only, and should not serve as a guideline for prescribing of medications. there is a direct relationship between social work­ ers'attitudes toward drug treatment and treatment outcomes. Social Workers' Views of Drug Treatment Much ofthe earlier social workliterature from the s and s depicts the profession's view of psychotropic medication treatmentas suspicious and negative (for example, Berg & Wallace, ;.

    An average 5 percent of HIV carriers worldwide were infected by injecting a psychotropic drug. Psychotropic drug abuse is likely to have harmful effects on people's health and social status. The adverse consequences of psychoactive substances can be structured into four basic groups: Chronic diseases. Psychotropic drugs can cause different. The PMAC meets quarterly to review the psychiatric treatment of DCS-involved youth, with a specific focus on psychotropic medication utilization patterns. This committee includes representatives from IUSM Department of Psychiatry, DCS, OMPP, FSSA, DMHA, pediatricians, social workers, psychologists, pharmacists, child advocates and other.


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Social worker and psychotropic medication by Kia J. Bentley Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is much smaller than I expected to be, but there is still a lot of content within it. It is laid out in an organized fashion and it has very useful information. This is great for all social workers to have because psychotropic medications are an important factor for us to monitor with our by: 5.

The Social Worker and Psychotropic Medication: Toward Effective Collaboration with Mental Health Clients, Families, and Providers (Psychopharmacology): Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by:   Dr.

Kia J. Bentley is a tenured Professor of Social Work at Virginia Commonwealth University where she has taught since She is the author of the book, now in its fourth edition, The Social Worker & Psychotropic Medication: Toward Effective Collaboration with Clients, Families and Providers (with Joseph Walsh, Cengage-Brooks/Cole).Cited by: 4.

Presenting material within a contemporary framework of "partnership" practice that is rich with case examples, this up-to-date primer on psychopharmacology and psychosocial interventions serves as a useful resource for social work students and practitioners as they expand their daily roles in psychiatric medication management.

Bentley and Walsh present all the facts, myths, and relevant. The Larger Context of Psychopharmacology and Social Work. Overview of Social Work Roles in Medication Management Across Settings. Basic Psychopharmacology.

The Five Classes of Medication. Intervention Concerns with Special Populations. Referrals, Decision-Making, and the Meaning of Psychiatric Medication. Medication Education for Clients and Families. Social Workers, Medication, and Scope of Practice Introduction Social workers are not authorized to prescribe or administer medication, although they work in a wide range of health care settings where medical interventions are utilized, including the use of psychotropic medication.

May Authored book The social worker and psychotropic medication chosen as one of “ Great Books for the Social Worker’s Library” by Scholarship Selected publications.

Casey, R.C., & Bentley, K.J. (in press). This article reviews the recent history of somatic treatment of mental illness and discusses possible roles for social workers in the prescription of psychotropic drugs. Social work has neglected.

Jun 2, - Explore Nate's board "Psychotropic Medications" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Psychotropic medications, Psychiatric nursing, Mental health nursing pins. social work roles regarding psychiatric medication as well as psychopharmacology in social work education.

In OctoberBentley, Walsh, and Farmer’s quantitative study showed variability in the types of roles carried out by social workers with regard to psychiatric perceptions of competence and appropriateness tended to be.

The Social Worker and Psychotropic Medication: Toward Effective Collaboration with Mental Health Clients, Families, and Providers by joseph Walsh and Kia J.

Bentley and Kia J.(Kia J. Bentley) Bentley Presenting material within a contemporary framework of "partnership" practice that is rich with case. In Virginia, she is the chair of the Human Rights Committee of Central State Hospital. She is the author of another Cengage Brooks/Cole text, SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE IN MENTAL HEALTH: CONTEMPORARY ROLES, TASKS, AND TECHNIQUES AND PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATION ISSUES FOR SOCIAL WORKERS, as well as COUNSELORS AND PSYCHOLOGISTS (, HAWORTH).Brand: Kia J.

Bentley. Learning psychotropic medications can be quite challenging for social workers taking the LCSW/LMSW exam. However, once you get this part down, you pretty much have it in the bag. These questions are usually very straightforward (providing a disorder, recognize the correct drug).

It has nothing to do with your reasoning skills. While it is important. for Clinical Social Work in Social Work Practice Standard 1. Ethics and Values Clinical social workers shall adhere to the values and ethics of the social work profession, utilizing the NASW Codes of Ethicsas a guide to ethical decision making.

Standard 2. Specialized Practice Skills and Intervention Clinical social workers shall demonstrate. Here's another quick quiz based upon the psychotropic medications page at Wikipedia.

Test your medication knowledge, prepare for the social work exam, have fun. Match the medication with its description. Example: 1. Fluoxetine 2. Lithium A. Using a contemporary framework of "partnership" practice and rich case examples, THE SOCIAL WORKER AND PSYCHOTROPIC MEDICATION, 4TH EDITION clearly presents facts, myths, and relevant information about psychotropic medication.

: The Social Worker and Psychotropic Medication: Toward Effective Collaboration with Mental Health Clients, Families, and Providers (Psychopharmacology) () by Bentley, Kia J.; Walsh, Joseph and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books /5(26).

Commonly Prescribed Psychotropic Medications Antipsychotics (used in the treatment of schizophrenia and mania) Anti-depressants Anti-obsessive Agents medication’s efficacy for such use does exist however.

This type of medication use is referred to as "off label.". The social worker and psychotropic medication: Toward effective collaboration with mental health clients, families and providers. 3d ed. Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole Thomson.

E-mail Citation» Continues to provide a comprehensive review of the issues, trends, and practices related to psychopharmacology, focusing strongly on how to enhance social. For children who have been prescribed psychotropic medication, compliance with Chapter RCW, Mental Health Services for Minors, is required.

Neither the CA social worker nor the out-of-home care provider may authorize the administration of psychotropic medications to a child in the custody of CA, with the following exceptions.

Medications can play a role in treating several mental disorders and conditions. Treatment may also include psychotherapy (also called “talk therapy”) and brain stimulation therapies (less common). In some cases, psychotherapy alone may be the best treatment option.

Choosing the right treatment.A social worker is often one of the first professionals a patient has contact with when he seeks treatment in a psychiatric setting. Before a patient can receive treatment, he must complete an intake and evaluation process.

In many cases, social workers are the main providers of these services in a psychiatric setting.Dr. Kia J. Bentley is a tenured Professor of Social Work at Virginia Commonwealth University where she has taught since She is the author of the book, now in its fourth edition, The Social Worker & Psychotropic Medication: Toward Effective Collaboration with Clients, Families and Providers (with Joseph Walsh, Cengage-Brooks/Cole).