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Long-term outcomes of public mental health clients

Wei Yan

Long-term outcomes of public mental health clients

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by Wei Yan

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Published by Washington State Institute for Public Policy in Olympia, Wash .
Written in English

  • People with mental disabilities -- Services for -- Washington (State),
  • People with mental disabilities and crime -- Washington (State),
  • People with mental disabilities -- Employment -- Washington (State)

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Wei Yen and Jim Mayfield].
    ContributionsMayfield, Jim., Washington State Institute for Public Policy.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7, [1] p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17625823M

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    31 W.G. Manning et al., “Outcomes for Medicaid Beneficiaries with Schizophrenia under a Prepaid Mental Health Carve-Out,” Journal Of Behavioral Health Services Resea no. 4 (): Cited by: NOTE: Outcomes-based evaluation is but one type of evaluation -- there are many types of evaluations. The reader would gain deeper understanding about outcomes-based evaluation by reading about the broader topic of evaluation. To do so, read Basic Guide to Program Evaluation. This online basic guide about outcomes-based evaluation was designed.

    John E. Lewis, in Comprehensive Clinical Psychology, Definition. Treatment outcome research was defined by Mowrer () as a situation whereby the “emphasis is upon measuring significant aspects of personality before and after treatment and noting the nature and extent of the resulting changes” (p. 4). Sue and Zane () have stated that therapeutic outcome is “the. Clients' level of psychological distress is monitored using the Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation Outcome Measure (CORE-OM) 1. Clients' relationship satisfaction is measured using the Couple Satisfaction Index (CSI) 2. [1] barkham, m., mellor-clark, j., connell, j. ; cahill, j. ().

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Long-term outcomes of public mental health clients by Wei Yan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Long-Term Outcomes of Public Mental Health Clients: Two-Year Follow-Up Wei Yen, Ph.D. February WASHINGTON STATE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY Fifth Avenue Southeast, Suite.

10 percent of MHD clients at the high end of utilization accounted for two-thirds ( percent) of the outpatient hours. The average outpatient hours while the median was only 6. 1 ChapterLaws of 2 Steve Lerch. Long-Term Outcomes of Public Mental Health Clients: Preliminary Report.

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