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With groundbreaking advances in genomic research, the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of most health and mental health disorders will increasingly be understood as having a genetic component. This article provides an overview of the family systems genetic illness (FSGI) model to address the...
Research findings from behavioral genetics provide important conceptual and methodological challenges for family research, and they underscore the need for continued study of detailed family process. This brief overview identifies some of the key principles that have emerged from the dialectic...
The Transition into Primary Care Psychiatry (TIPP) clinical model, a shared mental healthcare service implemented at London and Thunder Bay, Ontario, facilitates collaboration in mental health service delivery for patients with chronic mental illness. In this program, people with stable but...
A biopsychosocial framework for assessing and treating families of children in pediatric health care settings is presented. Guided by a social ecological perspective on child health, the Pediatric Psychosocial Preventative Health Model (PPPHM) is a 3-tier model based on a public health...
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