Collaborative goal technology: theory & practice
Clarke, S, Oades, LG, Crowe, TP & Deane, FP, Collaborative goal technology: theory & practice, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 30(2), 2006, p 129-136.
Goal striving promotes hope and enhances motivation, which is important for psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery. The Collaborative Goal Technology (CGn is a new goal striving intervention that is used to support the autonomy and recovery processes of the person with a psychiatric disability. The CGT protocol and its utility are outlined. Theory and research from goal striving, motivation and mental health recovery domains that informed the development of CGT are described. A case example is also provided.
Samantha Clarke, Lindsay G. Oades, Trevor P. Crowe, and Frank P. Deane. "Collaborative goal technology: theory & practice" Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences - Papers (2006): 129-136.
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