Clinical Practice with Chinese Persons with Severe Depression: A Normalized, Integrated, Communicative, Holistic and Evolving Hope (NICHE) Recovery

Kam-shing Yip
Professor, Department of Applied Social Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Series: Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions, Psychology Research Progress
BISAC: PSY049000




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This book focuses on persons with severe depression and formulates empathic, humanistic and effective interventions in dealing with severe depression. The NICHE approach described in this book is a prolonged and accumulative crystallization of innovative ideas, successful interventions, genuine sharing and courageous trials in the process of clinical training and supervision. The acronym NICHE refers to normalized intervention; integrated intervention; communicating and sharing unresolved emotional complex of clients with severe depression; holistic and humane self assertion of clients with severe depression and evolving hope and meaningfulness for clients with severe depression. (Imprint: Nova)


Chapter One: Beyond the Symptoms of Depression

Chapter Two: The NICHE Model: Values, Concepts and Practice

Chapter Three: N = Normalized Intervention: Facilitating Clients for Normal Life and Activities

Chapter Four: I = Integrated Intervention: Enabling Clients for Integration in Community Interaction

Chapter Five: C = Communicating and Sharing Unresolved Emotional Complex of Clients with Severe Depression

Chapter Six: H = Holistic and Humane Self Assertion of Clients with Severe Depression

Chapter Seven: E= Evolving Hope and Meaningfulness for Clients with Severe Depression

Conclusion: Meeting the Challenges in Working with Severe Depression By the NICHE approach



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