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Toward a Vision of Recovery, Second Edition
Anthony, William A.
Boston U Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation / Softcover / 2008-01-01 / 1878512218
Recovery from Mental Illness / Community Psychiatry
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DVD presentation and book of readings on recovery by William Anthony, PhD, Executive Director of the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Boston University.

Contents

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30-minute presentation "On the Road to Recovery" by William Anthony, produced by California Alliance for the Mentally Ill.
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Book of readings on recovery by William Anthony: A Revolution in Vision; The Decade of Recovery; Recovery from Mental Illness: The Guiding Vision of the Mental Health Service System in the 1990s; A Recovery-Oriented Service System: Setting Some System level Standards; Expanding the Evidence Base in an Era of Recovery; The Recovery Effect; and Recovery: A Common Vision for the Fields of Mental Health and *

Addictions.


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List of additional resources on recovery.

Purpose

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To inform about the need for a recovery vision.
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To increase understanding of the recovery vision.
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To stimulate an analysis of the implications of a recovery vision for mental health practitioners and system planners

Uses

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A resource of information about recovery.
* Preservice and inservice vehicle for initiating group discussion about the implications of a recovery vision for service providers, researchers, administrators, families, and most importantly, consumers/survivors.

30-minute DVD "On the Road to Recovery" , 60-page booklet of readings, Toward a Vision of Recovery, 2007.

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