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Recovery- and Resilience-Focused

Recovery- and Resilience-Focused A focus on recovery and resilience supports personal growth and optimal functioning. Hope fuels the belief that change is possible and allows mothers to overcome the shame, defensiveness, fear, or isolation that may hold them back from achieving their goals and enhancing their functioning. Family life and parenting may provide the context for hope […]

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Translating Family Recovery Principles into Practice

Translating Family Recovery Principles into Practice with Mothers Psychiatric rehabilitation provides a conceptual framework for thinking about recovery. Additional theories provide suggestions for specific ways of working within this larger frame. These include: (a) attachment theory !the notion that relationships matter; (b) social cognitive theory  ! the fact that thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes are related […]

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principles of the recovery model

principles of the recovery model The Family Recovery Model The potential for understanding and supporting mothers is optimized when seen through the family lens. An ecological model of family recovery, therefore, lays out the relationships between parent and child characteristics, the family and the environment, and the interactions and transactions among them to suggest targets […]

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recovery issues in treatment

recovery issues in treatment Recovery has been defined in a variety of ways by numerous authors and is considered to mean more than simply the alleviation of symptoms . Superordinate dimensions of recovery proposed by authors—clinical, existential, functional, physical, and social—provide a broad framework for considering more focused components of recovery. An ecological model of […]

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Recovery Is a Family Process for Mothers with Mental Illnesses

Recovery Is a Family Process for Mothers with Mental Illnesses The course of mental illness—the emergence of symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and recovery—is rarely linear, and prognosis and outcomes may vary depending on a variety of factors, such as gender, race, and ethnicity. Our contention is that, in addition to the most commonly studied factors (e.g., […]

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sex and relationships in recovery

sex and relationships in recovery. Sex can be a way of expressing affection and love. Sex is the way through which a couple can have children and start a family. Sex can be a way of experiencing physical and mental pleasure. If one person has a sexual problem, the relationship with the partner is also […]

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Promoting recovery

Recovery from mental illness is an individualised and personal journey that is dependent on a variety of factors, central to which is empowerment and self-determination. The attitudes and interaction style of mental health practitioners in this context has the aim of generating hope and an appreciation that developing a medication strategy which the person fi […]

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Principles of recovery and rehabilitation

If people with serious mental health problems are to make the most of their lives, then they need access to a range of services, including: crisis support; interventions to help reduce and manage symptoms; a range of housing options including supported accommodation and intensive outreach support at home; help to access a range of work […]

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Case illustration of recovery maintenance

Mary was referred to me by her mother’s caseworker because they believed she was depressed and were concerned that she had never been able to make friends. Mary was 33, was attending community college, and lived with her mother, 67, who had been treated for psychosis n and off since young adulthood. Mary had seen […]

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The goal in recovery maintenance

Recovery-oriented care should be designed with a clearly defined end (Adams & Grieder,2005; Davidson et al., 2009). The goal in recovery is to help consumers live a personally meaningful life, which may be achieved through full recovery (i.e., no symptoms) or social recovery (i.e., satisfying social life using medications or other strategies to manage symptoms). […]

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