Rehabilitation Psychology

Syllabus:

Primary, secondary and tertiary prevention programmes-role of psychologists; Organizing of services for rehabilitation of physically, mentally and socially challenged persons including old persons, Rehabilitation of persons suffering from substance abuse, juvenile delinquency, criminal behavior; Rehabilitation of victims of violence, Rehabilitation of HIV/AIDS victims, the role of social agencies.

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Rehabilitation Psychology (NEW)

Reference Study Material:

1. Primary, secondary and tertiary prevention programmes – role of psychologists

  1. Prevention and Promotion in Mental Health – WHO

2. Rehabilitation of Mentally Challenged

  1. Psychiatric Rehabilitation – Does it work? – The Ulster Medical Journal
  2. Robot Human Interaction Dynamics – Rehabilitation of Autistic Children
  3. Rehabilitation of Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury – WHO

3. Rehabilitation of Persons Suffering from Substance Dependence

  1. Principles of Drug Addiction Treatment, DHHS, U.S. Govt.
  2. Prevention and Drug Treatment of Children Suffering from Drug Abuse
  3. Substance Abuse Treatment for Women Offenders, DHHS, U.S. Govt.
  4. Effectiveness of Substance Abuse Treatment Programming for Women
  5. Substance Abuse Treatment for Adults in Criminal Justice System, DHHS, US Govt.
  6. Substance Abuse Treatment: Group Therapy, DHHS, US Govt.
  7. The Social Model Approach to Substance Abuse Recovery, DHHS, US Govt.
  8. The Rebirth of Rehabilitation: Promise and Perils of Drug Courts

4. Rehabilitation of Old Aged

  1. Prevalence of Mental Illness in a Rehabilitation Unit for Older Adults
  2. Quality of Life for Older Adults with Serious Mental Illness
  3. Psychosocial Rehabilitation in Older Adults with Serious Mental Illness
  4. The Role of the Nurse in Supporting the Rehabilitation of Older People

5. Rehabilitation of Physically Challenged

  1. Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation, WHO
  2. Rehabilitation and Integration of People with Disabilities, Council of Europe
  3. Technical Guide on Community Based Rehabilitation and Leprosy, WHO
  4. World Report on Disability – WHO & World Bank

6. Rehabilitation of Juvenile Delinquents

  1. Juvenile Delinquent Rehabilitation
  2. Effective Intervention for Serious Juvenile Offenders
  3. Rehabilitation Vs. Incarceration of Juvenile Offenders
  4. Woodside Juvenile Rehabilitation Center Detention Unit
  5. Current Trends in the Rehabilitation on Juvenile Offenders

7. Rehabilitation of Criminals

  1. Cognitive Behavioral Rehabilitation of Criminals – U.S. Deptt. of Justice
  2. Correctional Offender Rehabilitation Programs in Australia
  3. Conceptualizing the Counseling of Detainees
  4. Assessing Correctional Rehabilitation: Policy,Practice and Prospects
  5. Changing the Criminal Character: Nano-technology and Criminal Punishment

8. Rehabilitation of Violence Affected

  1. Vulnerability, Victims and Violence
  2. Coping with Visible and Invisible Effects of War and Violence
  3. Preventing Violence and Reducing its Impact, WHO
  4. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Abused Children
  5. Coping Mechanism of Battered Women
  6. Domestic Violence and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  7. Intervention with Victims of Domestic Violence
  8. Occupational Therapy for Victims of Domestic Violence

9. Rehabilitation of HIV/AIDS Victims

  1. HIV/AIDS and Community Based Rehabilitation
  2. Social Rehabilitation of HIV/AIDS Orphans

10. Rehabilitation of Other Disadvantaged Groups

  1. The Rehabilitation of Victims of Trafficking, USAID
  2. Rehabilitation and Community Integration of Trafficking Survivors
  3. Community Based Rehabilitation among Urban Poor Population

11. Community Based Rehabilitation – WHO Guidelines

  1. Community Based Rehabilitation – Education Component, WHO
  2. Community Based Rehabilitation – Empowerment Component, WHO
  3. Community Based Rehabilitation – Health Component, WHO
  4. Community Based Rehabilitation – Livelihood Component, WHO
  5. Community Based Rehabilitation – Mental Health, HIV/AIDS etc, WHO
  6. Community Based Rehabilitation – Social Component, WHO
  7. Towards Community Based Inclusive Development, WHO
12. Rehabilitation Psychology: Additional References
  1. Acculturative Stress Among Documented and Undocumented Latino Immigrants in the United States
  2. A Comparative Analysis of Intensive Filial Therapy With Intensive Individual Play Therapy And Intensive Sibling Group Play Therapy With Child Witnesses of Domestic Violence
  3. Children and Domestic Violence: A Research Overview of The Impact on Children
  4. Psychotherapeutic Techniques and Play Therapy with Children Who Experienced Trauma: A Review of The Literature
  5. Effective Assistance of Counsel for Battered Women Defendants: A Normative Construct
  6. Domestic Violence Against Women and Girls
  7. Domestic Violence is Associated With Adult and Childhood Asthma Prevalence in India
  8. Domestic Violence in India: Recommendations of The Women’s Rights Team
  9. ‘Innovation should not be Treason’: Domestic Violence Interventions
  10. Domestic Violence Shelters: Survivors’ Experiences
  11. Domestic Violence and Its Impact on the Social and Emotional Development of Young Children
  12. Training Curriculum in Interpersonal Communication, Referral and Follow-up Process, and Selected Practices in Infection Prevention and Control
  13. Three Patterns of Domestic Violence in Households: Single Victimization, Repeat Victimization, and Co-occurring Victimization
  14. Reaching Vulnerable and High-Risk Groups in Nigeria
  15. Exploring Recovery Experiences of Women in Alcoholics Anonymous
  16. Rights-Based Strategies in The Prevention of Domestic Violence
  17. Tackling Domestic Violence: providing support for children who have witnessed domestic violence
  18. The Adam Walsh Act: Juveniles and Sex Offender Registration and Notification
  19. Therapeutic Interventions for Children Who Have Witnessed Domestic Violence
  20. Torture and Judgments of Guilt
  21. Women and Violence: Theory, Risk, and Treatment Implications
  22. Women Awaiting Trial: Common Problems and Coping Strategies
  23. Women’s Abuse of Their Children in The Context on Domestic Violence: Reflection from Women’s Accounts

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