Social Inclusion and Recovery

1st Edition

A Model for Mental Health Practice


  • Print ISBN 9780702026010

Table of Contents

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


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Bailièrre Tindall
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About the authors

Julie Repper

Affiliations and Expertise

Senior Research Fellow, University of Sheffield & Lead Research Nurse, Community Health Sheffield NHS Trust, UK

Rachel Perkins

Affiliations and Expertise

Clinical Director of General Adult Mental Health Services & Consultant; Clinical Psychologist, South West London and St. George's Mental Health NHS Trust, UK