Addressing practice with - and learning and research about - adults, children and young people, these books and manuals are for practitioners, managers, trainers, policymakers, students, lecturers, researchers and libraries, in a wide variety of contexts, including families, community, education, care, welfare and justice.Presenting a range of ideas and suggestions, developed in various practice contexts and backed up with detailed explorations of the evidence base, some are about specific aspects of the overall category of 'drink, drugs and mental health' while others address them as a matter of joined-up concern. With emphasis on social and/or psychological factors, rather than biological or medical, they explore the roles of several different professions, and their potential for work in partnership together.They seek to: make evidence and theory accessible, empower professionals, help critical reflection, promote engagement and inclusion even in the most difficult of contexts, unlock change, and help achieve best practice.Please note: additional books with relevance in substance misuse and mental health can be found in the listings on this website for 'Textbooks...' and 'Further Books'.
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