Mental Health Promotion: A Lifespan Approach

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Index

A
Abbott, M.W., 157
Aboderin, I., 186
Abrahamson, T.A., 179, 180
Acheson, D., 53, 162, 164
active ageing, 178
Active Sisters! Enhancing the community capacity for physical activity of Islamic Women, Brisbane, Australia, 202
Adams, J., 57
Adelaide Conference, 36
adolescence, 65, 100, 108, 112, 116, 127
adolescents, see young people
adulthood
transition to, 104, 107
Adult Mental Health Services, 119
advocacy, 35, 36, 37, 126, 128, 159
Affectometer 2 scale, 25
African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, 89
African culture versus Western values, 179
age/ageing, 176
ageist attitudes, 184, 197, 199
chronological, 176, 177
cultural values and norms, 179
developed countries, 176
developing countries, 176, 184, 186
discrimination, 186
functional, 176
mental health, 181
Albee, G.W., 9, 11, 16, 21, 22, 25, 43, 69
Alcohol Concern, 188
All of Us, 199
allopathic system, 17
Alma Ata Conference, 33, 34,
Alpass, F.M., 184
Alzheimer's disease, 193, 194
American High/Scope Perry Pre-School Project, 80
American Child Development Program, 110
Andersson, L., 185
Andrews, G., 101
antidote, 105
Antonovsky, A., 11, 17–19, 23, 25, 27
anxiety
young people, 103–4, 107
APA (American Psychiatric Association), 106
Aries, P., 65
Armstrong, C., 120
Arnett, J., 107
arts based programmes, 117, 192
Associate Minister of Health and Minister for Disability Issues, 198
at-risk young people, see young people
Australian Bureau of Statistics, 176
Aynsley-Green, A., 89

B
Baeyens, J-P.
Bale, C., 86
Balding, J., 85
Balk, D.E., 102, 113
Bandura's social-cognitive theory, 156, 205
Bangkok Conference, 37
Basaglia, F., 9
Barry, M., 45, 217, 221, 223
Bauld, L., 156
Beattie, A., 39, 40,
Beck, U., 107
Bellamy, C., 70, 71, 72, 73, 75, 91
Benard, B., 105
Bengtson, V.L., 180, 181, 184
Bennett, P., 57
Benson, P.L., 105
bereavement, 102, 181, 182, 188, 197
see also loss, grief and loss, 17, 102, 181
Berkels, H., 160, 161, 196, 201, 205
Berlin Aging Study, 184
Better Government for Older People (BGOP), 197
Bhugra, D., 144
black and minority ethnic people (BME), 187
Black and Minority Ethnic Elders Group (BMEEG) Scotland, 202
Blackburn, C., 221
Blackman, T., 195
Blane, D., 16
Bond, L., 102
Bonhauser, M., 123
Bosma, M., 23
Bostock, Y., 190, 191
Bowers, H., 198
Bowlby, 65
Bowling, A., 182, 183
Boyd, W.L., 116

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Table of contents

  • Mental Health Promotion - A Lifespan Approach iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Figures, Tables and Boxes vi
  • List of Contributors viii
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • List of Abbreviations xvi
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2: What Is Mental Health? 8
  • 3: Mental Health Promotion 33
  • 4: Infancy and Childhood (0–5 Years and 6–12 Years) 64
  • 5: Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood (12–17 Years and 18–24 Years) 100
  • 6: Adulthood 137
  • 7: Older People 176
  • 8: Concluding Comments and the Future of Mental Health Promotion 214
  • Appendix 1 226
  • Appendix 2 228
  • Appendix 3 230
  • Glossary 232
  • Index 236
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