Mental Health in Australia: Collaborative Community Practice, third edition, is a comprehensive cross-disciplinary resource on mental health for both students and professionals. It covers a breadth of topics, from the delivery of mental health care and mental health services in Australia, to assessment skills, case management and the various mental health disorders. The book explores various perspectives, views and approaches, with greater emphasis on the role of collaboration, recovery and the consumer perspective in mental health care. The new edition is divided into four parts: the context, clinical practice principles, disorders considered in the context of the lifespan, and disorders commonly presenting in adult life. It includes new chapters on psychopharmacology; psychological therapies; supporting recovery and living well; and eating disorders.