The Choose – Get – Keep Model of Psychiatric Rehabilitation : A Synopsis of Recent Studies

  title={The Choose – Get – Keep Model of Psychiatric Rehabilitation : A Synopsis of Recent Studies},
  author={Erna Sally Rogers and William A. Anthony and Marianne D Farkas},
Objective: Comprehensive review of studies using the choose–get–keep (CGK) process model of psychiatric rehabilitation. Also, other studies are identified that have demonstrated methodologies useful in future research on the CGK model. Intervention Model: The CGK process is conceptualized as the phases through which people with psychiatric disabilities proceed as they engage in psychiatric rehabilitation. Conclusion: The CGK model is a potentially useful psychiatric rehabilitation intervention… CONTINUE READING

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