Handbuch Psychiatriebezogene Sozialpädagogik
Many of those who need and receive social-education offers have in fact mental disorders. For this reason it is important to keep the psychiatric perspectives in mind in order to provide optimal care.This handbook is unique in its interdisciplinary approach to the commonalities and differences in the theory, profession and practice of social education and psychiatry. The situations and social problems of people in all phases of life, from early childhood to old age, are presented here. The authors make the case for developing a common understanding of such cases, which would equally benefit both disciplines and professions. Applied models of multiprofessional cooperation are presented for selected syndromes and problem areas.