Commissioning us - 100 Ways to Support Recovery
100 Ways to Support Recovery is a free practical guide for mental health professionals to work in a recovery-oriented way. Since publication in 2009, the first edition has been downloaded more than 23,000 times.
100 Ways to Support Recovery has since been updated with references to new knowledge on how you can support someone with a mental illness. The second edition (2013) of this popular publication is available to download now - simply fill in the form below.
What people are saying
For a long time I tweeted on the @wayofrecovery hashtag, tweeting short recovery orientated phrases from recovery documents and speakers. 100 Ways to Support Recovery was always a source of inspirational short phrases, which were Retweeted by service users and carers alike. I believe professionals that already work in this way find these types of documents give them permission to practice when other drivers (political, economic and peers) may seem to be in opposition.
John Thorpe, Peer and Recovery Consultant
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About the author
Mike Slade is a Professor of Health Services Research at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London, and a Consultant Clinical Psychologist in South London. His main research interests are recovery-focused and outcome-focused mental health services, user involvement in and influence on mental health services, staff-patient agreement on need, residential alternatives to in-patient services, and contributing to the development of clinically useable outcome measures, including the Camberwell Assessment of Need and the Threshold Assessment Grid.
Mike has written over 200 academic articles and 8 books. He co-authored Making Recovery a Reality (2008, free to download), the most downloaded document ever published by the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health. His most recent books are Personal Recovery and Mental Illness (published by Cambridge University Press, 2009 - more information), REFOCUS: Promoting recovery in community mental health services (2011, free to download) and 100 Ways to Support Recovery (2013).
Further information on his research programme is at www.researchintorecovery.com.
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