Global Conference on

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

August 24-26, 2023 | London, UK

Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Psychiatric rehabilitation, also known as psych social rehabilitation and shortened to psych rehab by some providers, is the process of restoring community functioning and well-being to a person who has been diagnosed with a mental health or emotional disorder and may be considered to have a psychiatric disability. Patients with severe and persistent mental illnesses must be rehabilitated. The purpose of psychiatric rehabilitation is to assist impaired people in developing the emotional, social, and cognitive abilities they need to live, learn, and work in the community with the least amount of professional assistance possible. Two therapeutic strategies are included in the general philosophy of psychiatric rehabilitation. The first technique is patient-centred and focuses on improving the patient's ability to interact with a stressful situation. The second technique is ecological, and it aims to improve environmental resources in order to lessen stressors. The majority of disabled people require a combination of both treatments. Psychiatric rehabilitation has progressed to the point that it should be readily offered to all impaired people.

  • Barriers To Successful Rehabilitation
  • Caregivers’ Perspectives, Coping and Stress
  • Developmental Disorders and Substance Use Disorders
  • Disability And Welfare Measures
  • Legal Issues in Rehabilitation
  • Measures To Assess and Monitor Recovery
  • Measures To Combat Stigma
  • Mental Health
  • Novel Rehabilitation Interventions
  • Organization And Coordination Issues in Rehabilitation
  • Recovery-Oriented Interventions
  • Rehabilitation Advocacy
  • Rehabilitation Assessment
  • Rehabilitation Needs of Patients and Family Members
  • Rehabilitation Orientation in Teaching and Practice
  • Socio-Cultural Issues in Rehabilitation
  • User Perspectives

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