The recovery process with hearing voices: accepting as well as exploring their emotional background through a supported process

@article{Romme2013TheRP,
  title={The recovery process with hearing voices: accepting as well as exploring their emotional background through a supported process},
  author={M. A. J. Romme and Mervyn J. Morris},
  journal={Psychosis},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={259 - 269}
}
This paper reports on the methodology, results and conclusions from a study of 50 voice-hearers’ stories of the experience of their recovery process. The original text includes full first-hand accounts and this paper provides details of questions put forward in order to analyse the information from these reports. It also discusses how these questions were derived from earlier studies. The results are presented as identifiable steps towards recovery. The conclusion accentuates evidence that… Expand
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