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STEPS: Going beyond the tip of the iceberg. A multi‐level, multipurpose approach to common mental health problems

Jim White (STEPS Primary Care Mental Health Team, South‐East Community Health Care Partnership, Glasgow and Clyde Primary Care NHS Trust)
A Joice (STEPS Primary Care Mental Health Team, South‐East Community Health Care Partnership, Glasgow and Clyde Primary Care NHS Trust)
S Petrie (STEPS Primary Care Mental Health Team, South‐East Community Health Care Partnership, Glasgow and Clyde Primary Care NHS Trust)
S Johnston (STEPS Primary Care Mental Health Team, South‐East Community Health Care Partnership, Glasgow and Clyde Primary Care NHS Trust)
D Gilroy (STEPS Primary Care Mental Health Team, South‐East Community Health Care Partnership, Glasgow and Clyde Primary Care NHS Trust)
P Hutton (STEPS Primary Care Mental Health Team, South‐East Community Health Care Partnership, Glasgow and Clyde Primary Care NHS Trust)
N Hynes (STEPS Primary Care Mental Health Team, South‐East Community Health Care Partnership, Glasgow and Clyde Primary Care NHS Trust)

Journal of Public Mental Health

ISSN: 1746-5729

Article publication date: 1 August 2008

Abstract

STEPS is a primary care mental health team that has attempted to develop a very high volume multi‐level, multi‐purpose service for those with mild to moderate problems. The service attempts to overcome many of the limitations of more traditional services. This paper describes the services contained within the six level model.

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White, J., Joice, A., Petrie, S., Johnston, S., Gilroy, D., Hutton, P. and Hynes, N. (2008), "STEPS: Going beyond the tip of the iceberg. A multi‐level, multipurpose approach to common mental health problems", Journal of Public Mental Health, Vol. 7 No. 1, pp. 42-50. https://doi.org/10.1108/17465729200800007

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Emerald Group Publishing Limited

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