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Steps to Recovery
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Steps to Recovery
A clinician's guide

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July 2019 | 144 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

With each chapter representing a session, this engaging book is a guide to working collaboratively with individuals and incorporating recovery principles into your therapeutic practice.
Incorporating both philosophical and theoretical background, the authors guide the reader through each session with highlights of what to do when, key points for thought, and notes of caution.

With access to downloadable worksheets to use with clients in session, as well as crib sheets to help keep you on track, you will have everything you need to confidently help people on their recovery journey.

 



 
Introduction
 
Session 1: What is Recovery? Creating the Landscape
 
Session 2: Who am I? Connecting with Identity
 
Session 3: Understanding Mental Health: Perceptions, Stigma and Myths
 
Session 4: Hope and Recovery
 
Session 5: Harnessing Skills and Resources: Doing Something Different
 
Session 6: Developing and Maintaining Relationships
 
Session 7: Returning to Recovery
 
Session 8: Witnesses to Recovery
 
Session 9: Evaluating the Recovery Journey

This is an interesting well-thought-through presentation of the recovery pathways. My main problem with this text is that it is overly structured. This creates a sense that recovery is a process that fall within defined patterns and expected stages. Although this way of thinking is inviting practitioners for application, it, at the same time, moves them away from the idea of fluidity of the recovery that might not have structure at all. The detailed break down of the ideas offers safety of clarity, but I wonder to what extent it could be applied in real chaotic lives of patients?

Ms Maryna Bentley
Early Years, Gloucestershire College
September 5, 2019

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