Recent developments in family psychoeducation as an evidence-based practice.

  title={Recent developments in family psychoeducation as an evidence-based practice.},
  author={Alicia Lucksted and William McFarlane and Donna T Downing and Lisa Dixon},
  journal={Journal of marital and family therapy},
  volume={38 1},
Among potential resources for people with serious mental illnesses (SMI) and their families, professionally delivered family psychoeducation (FPE) is designed to engage, inform, and educate family members, so that they can assist the person with SMI in managing their illness. In this article, we review research regarding FPE outcomes and implementation since 2001, updating the previous review in this journal (McFarlane, Dixon, Lukens, & Lucksted, Journal of Marital and Family Therapy 2003; 29… CONTINUE READING
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