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Communication and Mental Illness is a comprehensive and practical textbook which presents the key themes in the practice of speech therapy in psychiatry. The new and updated edition of Communication and the Mentally Ill Patient, it describes communication problems associated with different kinds of disorders, including the autistic spectrum disorders, and details practical techniques which can be applied to them. It examines the important role speech therapists can play as part of a multidisciplinary team, and also looks at the management of these teams and speech therapy services in general for people with mental health problems. This book will help professionals in mental health settings to gain a deeper understanding of the role communication problems play in mental illness, and interventions which can improve the situation. It also looks at service provision and lays guidelines for future policy and practice
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