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A few Tips for Recognizing a Recovery-Oriented Practice

Larry Davidson

Abstract

One response that some mental health practitioners have when they are encouraged to adopt recovery‐oriented practices is that they “do it” already. Such a response is often based, though, on the assumption that recovery is something that they (i.e., practitioners) can “do” themselves, with little attention paid to how the people themselves (i.e., the patients or consumers) are engaged in or responding to these efforts.

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Contributed on 9/13/2012

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