Table of contents for A working life for people with severe mental illness / Deborah R. Becker, Robert E. Drake.

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Part I. Conceptual and Empirical Support for Individual Placement and Support
1. Introduction
2. Conceptual, Historical, and Ideological Underpinnings of Supported Employment
3. Theoretical Underpinnings of Individual Placement and Support (IPS)
4. Introduction to the IPS Approach to Supported Employment
5. Research on IPS
Part II. Practice Guidelines for Implementing Supported Employment
6. Introduction to IPS
7. The Structure of IPS in the Mental Health Agency
8. Getting Started
9. Comprehensive, Work-based Assessment
10. Finding Jobs
11. Maintaining Jobs
Part III. Special Issues
12. Dual Diagnosis and Work
13. Highly Trained Individuals and Work
14. Supported Education
15. Work and Cultural Competence
16. Conclusions
1. Individual Employment Plan
2. Vocational Profile
3. Job Descriptions: Employment Specialist, Employment Coordinator
4. Sample Letters to Employers
5. Supported Employment Fidelity Scale and Implementation Questions
Suggested Readings

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Vocational rehabilitation.
Individual placement and support