International Journal of Mental Health
Editor: Martin Gittelman, New York University Medical Center
Associate Editor: Norman Sartorius, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Associate Editor: Shekhar Saxena, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Managing Editor: Leslie English, M.E. Sharpe, Inc.
The International Journal of Mental Health features in-depth articles on research, clinical practice, and the organization and delivery of mental health services around the world. Covering both developed and developing countries, it provides vital information on important new ideas and trends in community mental health, social psychiatry, psychiatric epidemiology, prevention, treatment, and psychosocial rehabilitation.
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Vol. 42 (Spring 2013 - Winter 2013/14)
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Mohammad N. Akhter, Howard University, College of Medicine & Health Management Program, Washington, DC; Pierre Bailly-Salin, Hopital de Vaucluse, France; Florence Baingana, World Bank, Washington, DC; Thomas Barrett, Denver University; Chen YanFang, Shandong Medical School, China; Matthew P. Dumont, M.D., Belmont, MA; Humberto Martinez Gonzalez, Eduardo Ducunge Psychiatric Hospital, Cuba; Marla Eby, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA; Gaston P. Harnois, Douglas Hospital, Montreal, Canada; Muhammad Afzal Javed, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, UK; Joel Jeffries, University of Toronto, Canada; Ronald C. Kessler, Harvard University; Ho Young Lee, Ajou University Medical School, Korea; Donald W. Light, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, School of Osteopathic Medicine; Dolores Malaspina, NYU Langone Medical Center, New York, NY; Ron Manderscheid, National Association of County Behavioral Health and Developmental Disability Directors, Washington, D.C.; Richard F. Mollica, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA; Solomon Rataemane, University of Limpopo, Pretoria, South Africa; Shen Yu-Cun, Beijing Medical College, Beijing, PRC; Naotaka Shinfuku, University of Kobe Medical School, Japan; Paul Sidandi, Botswana Association for Psychological Rehabilitation, Botswana; Costas Stefanis, University Mental Health Research Institute, Athens, Greece; Zena A. Stein, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies, New York State Psychiatric Institute; Chay-Hoon Tan, University of Singapore; Helen Verdeli, Columbia University; Nguyen Viet Thiem, Bach Mai Hospital, Vietnam; Sasanto Wibisono, University of Indonesia
Table of Contents
|Evaluative Survey of Service Users and Professional Experiences of a Vocational Rehabilitation Unit for the Mentally Ill in Cyprus |
| CHRISTOS PANAYIOTOPOULOS AND MICHAEL KERFOOT|| 3|
|Challenges in the Implementation of Recovery-Oriented Mental Health Policies and Services |
| Analysis of Developments in England and Canada |
| WES SHERA AND SHULAMIT RAMON|| 17|
|Help-Seeking Attitudes and Behaviors Regarding Mental Health Among Turkish College Students |
| F. ISIL BILICAN|| 43|
|Scaling Up Mental Health Services in Zambia |
| Challenges and Opportunities Reported in an Education Project |
| KATE KARBAN|| 60|
|Relationship Between Mental Health and Teaching |
| Evidence from Brunei Trainee Teachers |
| LAWRENCE MUNDIA|| 73|
|Facing Fear and Change |
| What It Took to Successfully Integrate a Patient with Autism in Seclusion 23/7 into the Community After Seven Years |
| THOMAS HORN, BRANDON SUNSTRUM, AND DANIEL KIRILO|| 99|
|Using the Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy Framework to Understand Belief Systems and Types of Awareness in Young Men Exposed to Chronic Community Violence |
| Implications for Mental Health Professionals |
| KAPREA F. JOHNSON|| 115|
|Mental Health Center in Post-Disaster Recovery |
| Ten-Year Retrospective of Mediant's Work in Enschede, Netherlands |
| FRED BOSMAN, HENK BAKKER, AND MINDY THOMPSON FULLILOVE|| 130|
|Using Standardized Patients in an Undergraduate Mental Health Simulation |
| A Pilot Study |
| LOUISE ALEXANDER AND AMY DEARSLEY|| 149|
|Role of Affect and Cognition in Lay Judgments About the Need for Mental Health Treatment and Willingness to Help |
| STEPHEN RICE AND JESSICA RICHARDSON|| 165|
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