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SOCIAL WORKER REHABILITATION AND COUNSELLING ROLES: IMPLICATION FOR THE PREVENTION OF RELAPSE AMONG THE MENTALLY- ILL AT THE FEDERAL NEURO-PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL, CALABAR, CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA

Authors:
Archibong, E., Ogana, J. and Ekpeyoung, J. U

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1Archibong, E., 2Ogana, J. & 3Ekpeyoung, J. U
1. Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Calabar, Nigeria
2&3. Graduate student, Department of Sociology, University of Calabar, Nigeria

MLA 8
E., Archibong,, et al. "SOCIAL WORKER REHABILITATION AND COUNSELLING ROLES: IMPLICATION FOR THE PREVENTION OF RELAPSE AMONG THE MENTALLY- ILL AT THE FEDERAL NEURO-PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL, CALABAR, CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA." Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research, vol. 3, no. 11, Nov. 2018, pp. 6367-6382, ijsser.org/more2018.php?id=446. Accessed Nov. 2018.
APA
E., A., J., O., & J. U, E. (2018, November). SOCIAL WORKER REHABILITATION AND COUNSELLING ROLES: IMPLICATION FOR THE PREVENTION OF RELAPSE AMONG THE MENTALLY- ILL AT THE FEDERAL NEURO-PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL, CALABAR, CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA. Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research, 3(11), 6367-6382. Retrieved from ijsser.org/more2018.php?id=446
Chicago
E., Archibong,, Ogana, J., and Ekpeyoung, J. U. "SOCIAL WORKER REHABILITATION AND COUNSELLING ROLES: IMPLICATION FOR THE PREVENTION OF RELAPSE AMONG THE MENTALLY- ILL AT THE FEDERAL NEURO-PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL, CALABAR, CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA." Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research 3, no. 11 (November 2018), 6367-6382. Accessed November, 2018. ijsser.org/more2018.php?id=446.

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Abstract:
This study examined social worker rehabilitation and counselling roles: implication for the prevention of relapse among the mentally- ill at the federal Neuro-psychiatric hospital, Calabar, cross river state, Nigeria. Two research objectives were raised, which gave rise to two hypotheses, relevant literature were empirically and theoretically reviewed. The cross sectional survey design was adopted for the study. The study made use of both primary and secondary sources of data. A 29 item questionnaire titled 'questionnaire on social workers' roles in the prevention of relapse among the mentally ill" were administered by the researcher to 150 respondents, who were selected using two sampling technique. The purposive, proportional and simple random sampling technique. The data generated were statistically tested using Pearson Product Moment Correlation and Multiple Regression statistical tool at 0.05 level of significance. Results revealed that Social Workers rehabilitative role have a significant relationship with the prevention of relapse among the mentally ill, there is a significant relationship between the social workers counselling role and the prevention of relapse among the mentally ill The study thereby recommends among others that social workers should be exposed to more specialized training to handle effectively the demands of complex mental ailments of the modern human society especially Nigerian society that is characterised by hardship and trauma.