American Psychiatric Publishing
Textbook of Traumatic Brain Injury, Second Edition, edited by Jonathan M. Silver, MD, Thomas W. McAllister, MD, and Stuart C. Yudofsky, MD, is available in print and electronic formats from the American Psychiatric Association's (APA's) American Psychiatric Publishing. The text addresses the full needs of behavioral health and medical professionals in serving individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and in assisting their families. Estimates place the total societal costs associated with the more than 3 million new TBI cases each year in the United States at $48 billion. For more information, visit www.PsychiatryOnline.com.
New Harbinger Publications
Psychology Moment by Moment: A Guide to Enhancing Your Clinical Practice With Mindfulness and Meditation, published by New Harbinger Publications in February 2011, is a clinician's guide for the establishment and application of mindfulness-based interventions for a number of client populations and problems. Author Elise E. Labbé, PhD, a clinical psychologist in Alabama and clinic director of the USA Psychological Clinic, draws from current research on mindfulness and leads readers through the process of tailoring mindfulness interventions to client needs. Topics covered in the book include introducing mindfulness to the client; developing mindfulness-based treatment protocols; incorporating mindfulness into client sessions; building mindful awareness in daily activities; and using research-based methods to assess and document client mindfulness. For more information, visit www.newharbinger.com.
Orion Healthcare Technology
Orion Healthcare Technology's AccuCare system has a prevention module that allows service providers to track specific details of their prevention and community outreach activities. For each separate event, providers can enter information on the staff to be in attendance, the planned activities, and the risk categories to be addressed through the event. Among the functions made possible through this module are identifying stakeholders affected by a prevention activity, documenting accomplishments of the prevention activity, and printing an overview of each activity or aggregating all prevention activities into one report. For more information, visit www.MyAccuCare.com.
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