Social Inclusion and Recovery

Julie Repper , Rachel Perkins

Focuses on ways in which direct care staff can assist people with mental health problems, reflecting the accounts of the nature and type of assistance which have been valuable, and the ways in which such help can best be offered. This title addresses two key components of recovery access and inclusion to life opportunities and acceptance.
  • Limba : Engleza
  • Cuprins : Part 1 Recovery: the expertise of experience: 1. Another way: beyond symptoms and deficits; 2. To be a mental patient: the nature of the challenge; 3. The realities of social exclusion; 4. The individual's recovery journey. Part 2Facilitating recovery: promoting personal adaptation and adjustment: 5. Barriers to relatrionship formation; 6. Creating hope-inspiring relationships; 7. Facilitating personal adaptation: understanding and acceptance; 8. Facilitating personal adaptation: taking back control. Part 3.Facilitating recovery: promoting social inclusion: 9. Developing services that facilitate access; 10. Facilitating access for the individual; 11. Some strategies for promoting inclusion. Part 4 Changing the balance of power: 12. Involving service-users in the Mental Health Services; 13. Challenging discrimination: promoting rights and citizenship; 14. Conclusion
  • Data Publicarii : 21 Feb 2003
  • Format : Paperback
  • Numar pagini : 256
  • ISBN : 9780702026010
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