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Rehabilitation and recovery : a comprehensive approach

Author: Jean Pierre Wilken; Dirk den Hollander
Publisher: Amsterdam : SWP, [2005] ©2005
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In the past decades two major developments have occurred in the field of mental health. For a long time the diagnosis of a severe psychiatric disorder, like schizophrenia, included the devastating message of a bad prognosis and a disabled life, becoming dependant on the help of others. Studies on the course of serious mental illness however reveal that many people recover completely or to a large extent. On the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Wilken, Jean Pierre.
Rehabilitation and Recovery : A comprehensive approach.
Amsterdam : Uitgeverij SWP, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Pierre Wilken; Dirk den Hollander
ISBN: 9789088504570 9088504571
OCLC Number: 891337890
Description: 1 online resource (264 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Introduction; Contents; Chapter 1: Roots, perspectives, principles; 1.1 Historical perspective; 1.2 Conceptual development; 1.3 A comprehensive approach; 1.4 Basic principles; 1.5 Rehabilitation in the field of mental health; 1.6 Rehabilitation services; 1.7 Rehabilitation and its evidence; Chapter 2: Recovery, a hopeful perspective; 2.1 What is recovery?; 2.2 The word recovery and its meaning; 2.3 Outcomes of longitudinal studies; 2.4 A multidimensional model of recovery; 2.5 Recovery as a developmental and self-empowering process over time. 2.5.1 The Interactive Developmental Model of Strauss et al. 2.5.2 The Young & Ensing study; 2.5.3 The Spaniol study; 2.6 Motivation / drives for recovery; 2.7 Developing competences; 2.8 Social engagement / shifting the social status; 2.9 Environmental resources; 2.10 The concept of transition; 2.11 Indicators and impediments; 2.12 Conclusion; Chapter 3: The comprehensive approach at a systems level; 3.1 Providing services according to the recovery process; 3.2 A community support system; 3.3 A personal support system; 3.4 Criteria for recovery oriented mental health services. 3.5 Implementation3.6 Rehabilitation competences; 3.7 Rehabilitation professionals; Chapter 4: The methodology of CARe; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Supporting recovery factors: the 5 pillars of a rehabilitation/recovery process; 4.3 Basic features of the CARe methodology; 4.4 The constituting elements of the CARE methodology; 4.5 Working in 6 phases; 4.5.1 Phase 1: Connecting and establishing a relationship; 4.5.2 Phase 2: Rehabilitation Assessment; 4.5.3 Phase 3: Setting rehabilitation goals; 4.5.4 Phase 4: Planning; 4.5.5 Phase 5: Implementation; 4.5.6 Phase 6: Monitoring, evaluation and feedback. Chapter 5: Personal-professional support5.1 Basic principles; 5.2 Personal-professional assistance; 5.3 "Acting normal" as a profession; 5.4 A dignified relationship; 5.5 An empowering approach; 5.6 Three basic principles: holding, handling, object presenting; 5.7 Dialogue space and action space; 5.8 Systematically building a relationship; 5.9 Role perceptions; 5.10 Rehabilitation roles; 5.11 Being present; 5.12 Narratives; 5.13 Communication: taking impairments and disabilities into account; 5.14 Communication strategies; 5.15 The first contact; 5.16 Linking up with social rituals. 5.17 Motivation for changeChapter 6: Psychosocial vulnerability; 6.1 Psychosocial vulnerability; 6.2 The vulnerability-stress-coping model; 6.3 Possible causes; 6.4 Cognitive impairments; 6.5 Sources of stress; 6.6 Activity restrictions; 6.7 Participation restrictions; 6.8 Coping; 6.9 Using CARe methodology dealing with vulnerability; 6.10 Methods for improving coping; 6.11 Symptom and medication management; 6.12 The early warning signs plan; Chapter 7: Working with the environment; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 The ecology of the environment; 7.3 Social Networks.
Responsibility: Jean Pierre Wilken & Dirk den Hollander ; [translated from the Dutch].
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In the past decades two major developments have occurred in the field of mental health. For a long time the diagnosis of a severe psychiatric disorder, like schizophrenia, included the devastating message of a bad prognosis and a disabled life, becoming dependant on the help of others. Studies on the course of serious mental illness however reveal that many people recover completely or to a large extent. On the basis of the outcomes of recovery studies a number of factors emerge: motivation, competences, taking on meaningful roles and activities, and external support factors. In.

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