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Cascading crises, resilience and social support within the onset and development of multiple chronic conditions
The results suggest that programmes addressing the needs of persons with multiple chronic conditions might tailor interventions in ways that maximally address their unique challenges.
A clinical trial of peer-based culturally responsive person-centered care for psychosis for African Americans and Latinos
A model of peer-based culturally competent person-centered care and treatment planning is described, informed by longstanding research on recovery from serious mental illness used in a randomized clinical trial conducted at two community mental health centers.
The Top Ten Concerns about Person-Centered Care Planning in Mental Health Systems
The following paper describes the top ten concerns frequently raised by those providing services and addresses these concerns in the context of the provision of recovery-oriented care.
Going to the source: creating a citizenship outcome measure by community-based participatory research methods.
OBJECTIVE This study used participatory methods and concept-mapping techniques to develop a greater understanding of the construct of citizenship and an instrument to assess the degree to which
What's in it for me? The utility of psychiatric treatments from the perspective of the person in recovery
Traditional treatments, if given by a practitioner who understands the person and is willing to try to find the right medication and dosage, may serve as a foundation for instrumental experiences of being accepted, understood, valued, and being able to give back to others.
Public servant, silent servant: A call to action for advocacy training in public service settings.
The argument for expanding a model that incorporates advocacy training into clinical psychology internships and postdoctoral programs is presented and it is described why voices for advocacy have been largely silent in public-sector clinical psychology training and practices.
When reality breaks from us: lived experience wisdom in the Covid-19 era
A programmatic effort to investigate how lessons learned through lived experience could be useful to persons who are dealing with a destabilizing situation like this pandemic for the first time, especially mental health providers is reported on.