Working with Patients with Mental Illness

Video Library published on October 17, 2019 in Mental Health, Psychosocial Support Services/Assessment
Steve Pitman, JD
President, Board of Directors
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Lake Forest, California
Steve Pittman outlines some of the challenges in working with patients with mental illness, citing the importance of opening lines of communication and eliminating blame.
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