Collaborative Recovery: An integrative model for working with individuals who experience chronic and recurring mental illness
Oades, LG, Deane, FP, Crowe, TP, Lambert, G, Kavanagh, D & Lloyd, C, Collaborative Recovery: An integrative model for working with individuals who experience chronic and recurring mental illness, Australasian Psychiatry, 13(3), 2005, p 279-284.
Objectives: Recovery is an emerging movement in mental health. Evidence for recovery-based approaches is not well developed and approaches to implement recovery-oriented services are not well articulated. The collaborative recovery model (CRM) is presented as a model that assists clinicians to use evidencebased skills with consumers, in a manner consistent with the recovery movement. A current 5 year multisite Australian study to evaluate the effectiveness of CRM is briefly described. Conclusion: The collaborative recovery model puts into practice several aspects of policy regarding recovery-oriented services, using evidence-based practices to assist individuals who have chronic or recurring mental disorders (CRMD). It is argued that thismodel provides an integrative framework combining (i) evidence-based practice; (ii) manageable and modularized competencies relevant to case management and psychosocial rehabilitation contexts; and (iii) recognition of the subjective experiences of consumers.
Lindsay G. Oades, Frank P. Deane, Trevor P. Crowe, Gordon Lambert, D Kavanagh, and Christopher Lloyd. "Collaborative Recovery: An integrative model for working with individuals who experience chronic and recurring mental illness" Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences - Papers (2005): 279-284.
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