The mental health associate: A new approach in mental health

  title={The mental health associate: A new approach in mental health},
  author={Dr. E. Jo. Baker},
  journal={Community Mental Health Journal},
This paper presents and discusses extensive data obtained from 30 employed graduates of associate-degree programs in mental health. Some biographical data are included along with a summary of their objectives as mental health workers and their perception of the relevancy of their training to these objectives. Further, information is presented relative to the utilization of these mental health associates by agencies and institutions. The problems they encountered on entering the mental health… CONTINUE READING

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