Jane Fradgley
PsychoanalysisMental healthSociologyPsychologyLawSubject (philosophy)Meaningful lifeService userHEROCoping (psychology)
3Publications
1H-index
8Citations
Publications 3
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#1Matthew WardH-Index: 2
#2Hannah CordleH-Index: 1
Last. Jerome Carson (South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust)H-Index: 10
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While the concept of recovery is one of the main drivers in contemporary mental health services (Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health, 2009), it is not uncontentious (Mind, 2008). One of the earliest critics of recent developments was the psychiatrist Dr David Whitwell. He suggested that few service users could be said to have recovered and that survival might be a better term (Whitwell, 1999). Roberts and Wolfson (2004) asked if recovery is open to all. The concept of recovery hero will be equall...
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#1Gordon McManusH-Index: 2
#2Sally MorganH-Index: 14
Last. Jerome Carson (South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust)H-Index: 10
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The influential Sainsbury Centre report, Making Recovery a Reality (Shepherd et al, 2008), talks about clinical and social aspects of recovery. The issue of psychological recovery is not discussed at length, although other workers have put forward a psychological model of recovery (Andresen et al, 2003). While there are numerous definitions of recovery, the one developed by Gordon, the focus of this profile, is unlikely to be matched for its parsimony. Gordon describes recovery as ‘coping with y...
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#1Gordon McManusH-Index: 2
#2Sally MorganH-Index: 14
Last. Jerome CarsonH-Index: 10
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