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Assessment and Planning for Psychosocial and Vocational Rehabilitation

  • Lynda J. Katz
Part of the Human Brain Function book series (HBFA)


The rehabilitation of persons with severe and persistent mental disorders that falls under the rubric of psychosocial rehabilitation has historically involved the worlds of mental health, vocational rehabilitation, and community programs. Although these entities had distinct functions in the past, it has become apparent that their efficacy hinges on a collaborative process based upon a biopsychosocial model.


Vocational Rehabilitation Support Employment Psychiatric Disability Psychiatric Rehabilitation Work Adjustment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Lynda J. Katz
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  1. 1.Landmark CollegePutneyUSA

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