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Exploring identities of psychiatric survivor therapists : beyond us and them

Author: Alexandra L Adame; Matthew Morsey; Ronald Bassman; Kristina Yates
Publisher: London : Palgrave Mamillan, [2017] ©2017
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This book is about people that are uniquely situated between the realms of activism, within the Psychiatric Survivor Movement, and their careers as mental health professionals. It focuses on the co-authors’ navigation and juxtaposition of the roles of psychiatric survivor, mental health professional, and activist. Psychiatric Survivors is an international movement advocating for human rights in mental health systems  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)992789698
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alexandra L Adame; Matthew Morsey; Ronald Bassman; Kristina Yates
ISBN: 9781137584922 1137584920 1137584912 9781137584915
OCLC Number: 1005506613
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Acknowledgments; Contents; 1: Introduction; Origins and Purpose of Book; A Brief Thematic and Conceptual Overview; A Note on Our Use of Language; Presentational Style; Situating the Authors'; Voices; References; 2: A Brief History of the Psychiatric Survivor Movement; Historical Context and Movement Origins; Conferences, Collaboration, and the Rise of the Consumer Movement; National Advocacy Efforts and Mental Health Policy; Looking to the Past, Looking to the Future; References 3: Researching the Survivor-Therapist Identity The (In)Visibility of the Wounded Healer; The Role of Peer Specialists; Psychiatric Survivor-Therapist Identity; Clinical Implications for Mental Health Professionals with Lived Experience; References; 4: Influences of the Survivor-Therapist Identity; Expertise by Experience; Background Literature on Mental Health Professionals with Lived Experience; Author Essays on the Influences of the Survivor-Therapist Identity; Summary and Synthesis of the Authors'; Essays; References 5: Self-Disclosure Background Literature on Self-Disclosure; Author Essays on Self-Disclosure; Synthesis and Summary of the Authors'; Essays; References; 6: Healing and Self-Determination; Background Literature on Healing and Self-Determination; Authors'; Essays on Healing and Self-Determination; Synthesis and Summary of the Authors'; Essays; References; 7: Respect and Inclusion; Background Literature on Respect and Inclusion; Authors'; Essays on Respect and Inclusion Synthesis and Summary of the Authors'; EssaysReferences; 8: From Difference to Dialogue; Collaboration and Communication; Creating Alternative Paradigms of Care; Unifying Aims; Conclusion; References
Responsibility: Alexandra L. Adame, Matthew Morsey, Ronald Bassman, Kristina Yates.

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This book is about people that are uniquely situated between the realms of activism, within the Psychiatric Survivor Movement, and their careers as mental health professionals. It focuses on the co-authors’ navigation and juxtaposition of the roles of psychiatric survivor, mental health professional, and activist. Psychiatric Survivors is an international movement advocating for human rights in mental health systems and supporting humane and effective alternative options to mainstream practice for help-seeking. Drawing on past research as well as the co-authors’ own experiences, the volume explores identities of people who identify as both psychiatric survivors and mental health professionals, discussing the potential for further dialogue between psychiatric survivors and mental health professionals to create humane and person-centred communities of healing. This book is specifically targeted for practicing psychotherapists and graduate students, to gain new insight into the Psychiatric Survivor Movement and to appreciate the value of lived experience and of psychiatric survivors’ efforts shaping the future of mental health care. .

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