Authors: David Castle, VIC
Event: 2003 TheMHS Conference
Type of resource: Conference Presentations and Papers
Abstract: Despite advances in neurobiology and improved medications for the treatment of people with psychotic illnesses, there remains a deficit in terms of service provision, notably a lack of rehabilitation services, and a lack of coherence of service provision in a longitudinal manner. This paper describes a framework for service provision, Collaborative Therapy, that seeks to address some of these deficits, and empower consumers to better manage their mental health.
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