On Rehabilitative Treatment of Residual Schizophrenic Patients — Outpatient and Community Therapy

  • Mary V. Seeman


Comprehensiveness is the key to good care for schizophrenic patients in the community. Treatment is directed not only to the removal of symptoms and the prevention of acute relapse but also to an improved quality of life.


Schizophrenic Patient Vocational Rehabilitation Rehabilitative Treatment Acute Relapse Creative Talent 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • Mary V. Seeman
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  1. 1.Clarke Institute of PsychiatryTorontoCanada

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