Attitudes of Health Care Professionals Towards

  title={Attitudes of Health Care Professionals Towards},
  author={Michelle C. Danda BSoc BPsy},
  • Michelle C. Danda BSoc BPsy
  • Published 2012
Addictions usually go hand-in-hand with mental health issues, and vice versa. Many mental health clinicians demonstrate misunderstanding and judgement of those suff ering from concurrent disorders (aka dual diagnosis). These judgements may result in failure to recognize addictions issues as chronic conditions that require treatment, resulting in negative impacts on direct client care. The current research literature on negative attitudes of mental health care professionals towards clients with… CONTINUE READING
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