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Care planning and delivery are essential parts of everydaypractice for all mental health practitioners. This new edition ofCare Planning in Mental Health: Promoting Recovery movesaway from a professionally-oriented model of care planning towardsthe active promotion of the personal narrative as being central toplanning effective mental health care. It outlines essentialconcepts linked to the recovery process which is carried out inpartnership with people with mental health problems and thoseclosest to them.
New to this edition:
* A stronger, more explicit focus on recovery
* A unique interpretation and explication of the recoveryprocess
* A greater promotion of the centrality of personhood
* Examples drawing on a range of international perspectives andexperiences
* Enhanced user-friendly pedagogy, including practical caseillustrations and first-hand accounts throughout
Care Planning in Mental Health: Promoting Recovery is anideal resource for anyone involved in the field of mental healthcare. It is also a valuable learning resource for studentsstudying mental health care and the qualified and experiencedpractitioner wishing to gain a fresh approach to planningrecovery-focused care.