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By: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Types: Article, Guide, Outcome tools, Web site
Adults, children and older adults with a serious mental illness or emotional disorder often lead lives characterized by recurrent, significant crises.
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By: Mary Ellen Copeland   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Personal stories
In my work, I sometimes feel that there is an epidemic of low self-esteem.
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By: Hamilton County Community Mental Health Board Recovery Website, Cincinnati, OH   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: List of Resources

By: Mary Ellen Copeland   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Clinical tools
The seven steps of developing a WRAP plan begin with selecting tools that will go in your Wellness Toolbox.
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By: Mary Ellen Copeland   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Types: Article, Clinical tools
The following [article] will serve as a guide to developing Wellness Recovery Action Plans.
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By: Mary Ellen Copeland   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Types: Clinical tools, Outcome tools
In the first column, I described how to develop your own Wellness Recovery Action Plan™.
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By: Mary Ellen Copeland   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Types: Clinical tools, Outcome tools
In my studies I have found that many people who experience psychiatric symptoms or have had traumatic things happen to them feel that they have no power or control over their own lives.
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By: Mary Ellen Copeland   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Types: Clinical tools, Outcome tools
To truly experience wellness and recovery I have learned that I want to be, and have to be an advocate for issues that I feel passionately about.
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By: Unspecified   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Clinical tools

By: Patricia E. Deegan   |   04/02/2010   |   Content Type: Personal stories
Recovery is often defined conservatively as returning to a stable baseline or former level of functioning.
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