Recovery into Practice Newsletter Dec 3rd 2010

Promoting Recovery: What’s Love Got to Do With It?

One of the key ways in which recovery-oriented practice has been distinguished from traditional approaches is that it attends first and foremost to the person with the mental health condition, rather than, say, to the symptoms of the illness or to the diagnosis. The importance of this shift from illness or diagnosis to person permeates first-person accounts of recovery, in which people consistently identify “having someone who believed in me” as one of the most important factors in their recovery.

Recovery into Practice Newsletter Dec 3rd 2010
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