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Employment, Training and Research in Psychiatry and Mental Health

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246 pages
During the last decades major changes were observed in psychiatry practice especially with regards to rehabilitation and reintegration. The TuTo program was initiated to respond to the needs of the psychiatry and mental health fields while enabling an exchange and interaction between professionals and researchers from ten European countries. This publication illustrates the current challenges the young professionals are facing throughout their lives.
This book was first published in French as "Emploi, formation et tutorat en santé mentale. Des innovations nécessaires en Europe" in 2017.
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Laurence FondHarmant Jocelyn Deloyer Editors
Employment, Training and Research in Psychiatry and Mental Health: an Innovative Tutoring Project in Europe
Preface by Professor Saverio Stranges and Doctor Marc Graas
L O G I Q U E S S O C I A L E S
Employment, Training and Research in Psychiatry and Mental Health: an Innovative Tutoring Project in Europe
Logiques sociales Collection dirigée par Bruno Péquignot En réunissant des chercheurs, des praticiens et des essayistes, même si la dominante reste universitaire, la collection « Logiques Sociales » entend favoriser les liens entre la recherche non finalisée et l'action sociale. En laissant toute liberté théorique aux auteurs, elle cherche à promouvoir les recherches qui partent d'un terrain, d'une enquête ou d'une expérience qui augmentent la connaissance empirique des phénomènes sociaux ou qui proposent une innovation méthodologique ou théorique, voire une réévaluation de méthodes ou de systèmes conceptuels classiques. Dernières parutions Corinne COVEZ,Le cirque, une école du vivre.Pratique artistique : une éducation de la relation à soi, aux autres et au monde,2017.Delphine RIVIER,L'analyse de pratiques professionnelles en institut de formation en soins infirmiers,Expression de la singularité des cadres de santé formateurs,2017. Suzie GUTH,Les gangs de jeunes Italo-Américains, 2017. Aurélie DAMAMME, Helena HIRATA, Pascale MOLINIER,Le travail entre public, privé et intime. Comparaisons et enjeux internationaux ducare, 2017. Maxence LAMOUREUX,Les cinéastes animaliers, Enquête dans les coulisses du film animalier en France,2017. Nicolas COMBALBERT et Sophie ROTHÉ (dir.),Vieillissement, vulnérabilités et animation sociale,2017. Julien GARGANI,Carnet de voyage à Chandigarh. Ethnologie d’une recherche scientifique en Inde, 2017. Thomas SEGUIN,Politiques de la vie, La nature au prisme du social, 2017. Juan Carlos MURRUGARRA,La passion du soccer.Transmetteur de cohésion socioaffective,2017. Patricia DRAHI,Enseigner la Shoah et les questions socialement vives, Risques et défis, 2017Christiana CONSTANTOPOULOU,Récits de la crise. Mythes et réalités de la société contemporaine, 2017. Isaac NIZIGAMAIntroduction à la sociologie de la religion de Peter L. Berger, 2017.
Laurence Fond-Harmant Jocelyn DeloyerEditors Employment, Training and Research in Psychiatry and Mental Health: an Innovative Tutoring Project in EuropePreface by Professor Saverio Stranges and Doctor Marc Graas
© L’Harmattan, 2017 5-7, rue de l’Ecole-Polytechnique, 75005 Paris http://www.editions-harmattan.fr
ISBN : 978-2-343-13127-6 EAN : 9782343131276
‘I have no homeland’, Erasmus of Rotterdam (†1536)
CONTENTS Acknowledgements............................................................9 Authors' biographies ........................................................13
Preface Saverio Stranges .......................................................................23 Marc Graas ..............................................................................25
Chapter 1. The Meaning of Tutoring in Mental Health Laurence Fond-Harmant, Jocelyn Deloyer ..............................27
Part 1An Intervention Research Approach in the Promotion of Public Mental Health Chapter 2. The TuTo Programme: Intervention Research to Promote Mental Health Laurence Fond-Harmant..........................................................41 Chapter 3. TuTo: A Pioneering Project Jocelyn Deloyer, Benoit Folens, Nicolas Hustinx, Christine Maes, Sylvie Oudar ..................................................................53
Part 2 Changes in Employment Chapter 4. Evolution of Mental Health Jobs in Europe Catalin Nache, Alexandra Pan, Samira Salime........................75 Chapter 5. Career Paths for Psychologists Working in Mental Health Rehabilitation Units in Greece Margarita Moraitou ...............................................................103
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PartContents in the Training of Young3 Innovative Professionals: Empowerment of Family and Users Chapter 6. Interfamily Therapy from Family Therapy to Therapy among Families Javier Sempere, Claudio Fuenzalida......................................127 Chapter 7. Multifamily Group Therapy: an Innovative Place of Care for Everyone Serge Mertens de Wilmars......................................................149
PartExperiences of Exchanges and4 European ProfessionalPractices Chapter 8. Sharing Experiences: Belgian, Luxembourg, Spanish and Romanian Perspectives Nicolas Hustinx, Christine Maes, Sylvie Oudar, Wim Verwaest, Claudio Fuenzalida, Mihaela Gavrilă-Ardelean....................169
Partof the TuTo Project and5 Evaluation Development Opportunities for Training and Research Chapter 9. Evaluation of the TuTo Project: What´s at Stake? Laurence Fond-Harmant, Jocelyn Deloyer ............................189 Chapter 10. Competences in Education for Promoting Mental Health Gabriela Kelemen...................................................................215 Chapter 11. TuTo and New Trends in Psychiatric Research and Public Mental Health Johannes Thome, Jocelyn Deloyer, Laurence Fond-Harmant ................................................................................................229
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Our thanks go most particularly to the participants in the 2014-2017 TuTo project who contributed to its success. These include firstly the project´s partners: the men, women and organisations involved in training young professionals from the medical and psychosocial sector of mental health. Thanks to Jocelyn Deloyer, the project initiator and owner and to Benoit Folens, General Director of the Centre Neuropsychiatrique St-Martin, Belgium, Margarita Moraitou, General Manager of Kepsipi, Greece, Claudio Fuenzalida and Doctor Javier Sempere of the Asociación Salut Mental in Elche, Spain,
Professor Johannes Thome, Director and Chair of the Klinik und Poliklinik für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie Universitätsmedizin Rostock University, Germany, Catalin Nache and Agnès Ducré-Sié, representatives of Agapsy and Santé Mentale France, our French partners, Gabriela Kelemen and Mihaela Gavrilă-Ardelean of Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Romania, Doctor Marc Grass, General Manager and Wim Verwaest, Health Care Management Executive, from the Centre Hospitalier Neuro-Psychiatrique in Ettelbruck, partner of the Luxembourg Institute of Health.
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