Mental health, service user involvement and recovery / edited by Jenny Weinstein.

Contributor(s): Weinstein, Jenny, 1947-Material type: TextTextPublication details: London : Jessica Kingsley, 2010Description: 224 p. : ill. ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781843106883 (pbk.) :Subject(s): Mental health services -- Great Britain -- Citizen participation | Mental illness -- Treatment -- Great Britain | Mental Health Services -- organization & administration | Community Participation | Mental Disorders -- therapy | United KingdomDDC classification: 362.1968900941 LOC classification: RA790.7.G7 | M465 2010Online resources: Click here to access this book using your OpenAthens username & password (HSE East only). Other regions please contact your local library.
Contents:
Introduction to mental health service user involvement. Philip Kemp -- The ethos of involvement as the route to recovery. Julie Gosling/Advocacy in Action -- Building a compelling future. Humphrey Greaves -- Circle of one - Experiences and observations of a BME service user/consultant. Humphrey Greaves -- Becoming an expert by experience. Aloyse Raptopoulos -- The road to recovery. Aloyse Raptopoulos -- User involvement in their own treatment. Jenny Weinstein with Jaeta Egoh, Sharon Hamshere, Geoff Worley, Sheila Whalebone and other service users -- User involvement in challenging stigma and discrimination in mental health. Jenny Weinstein with members of the Jewish care education project -- User involvement in planning and developing services. Jenny Weinstein and members of Southwark Mind -- User involvement in research. Tony Leiba -- The creative involvement of service users in the classroom. Philip Kemp -- Meeting the challenge of working with young care leavers in delivering social work training. Tom Wilks and Liz Green -- Conclusion: the way forward for service user involvement and recovery.
Summary: Written cooperatively by service users and academics, this book conveys a vital connection between recovery and involvement, offering a framework of values and helpful strategies to promote meaningful user participation.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction to mental health service user involvement. Philip Kemp -- The ethos of involvement as the route to recovery. Julie Gosling/Advocacy in Action -- Building a compelling future. Humphrey Greaves -- Circle of one - Experiences and observations of a BME service user/consultant. Humphrey Greaves -- Becoming an expert by experience. Aloyse Raptopoulos -- The road to recovery. Aloyse Raptopoulos -- User involvement in their own treatment. Jenny Weinstein with Jaeta Egoh, Sharon Hamshere, Geoff Worley, Sheila Whalebone and other service users -- User involvement in challenging stigma and discrimination in mental health. Jenny Weinstein with members of the Jewish care education project -- User involvement in planning and developing services. Jenny Weinstein and members of Southwark Mind -- User involvement in research. Tony Leiba -- The creative involvement of service users in the classroom. Philip Kemp -- Meeting the challenge of working with young care leavers in delivering social work training. Tom Wilks and Liz Green -- Conclusion: the way forward for service user involvement and recovery.

Written cooperatively by service users and academics, this book conveys a vital connection between recovery and involvement, offering a framework of values and helpful strategies to promote meaningful user participation.

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