Why medium secure services need a recovery academy
Tammi Walker Reader, Forensic Psychology at the University of Huddersfield
Michelle Morgan Recovery academy team member, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Laura Thompson Recovery academy team member, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Kevin Scallon Recovery academy team lead, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
A clarion call for mental health services to move beyond a focus on symptom reduction and help people to rebuild their lives
Recovery is a personal journey of discovery. It involves making sense of and finding meaning in what has happened, becoming an expert in self-care, and developing a new sense of self and purpose in life.
Mental Health Practice.
21, 05, 12-12.
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