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Editorial Leading a fulfilling life is a goal of many but no less health problems. These findings also lend support to important for those it escapes. Recent policy recovery-oriented approaches. developments in mental health have witnessed a re- Christine Irvine and Sonia Mawhinney provide an energised approach to achieving a fulfilling life. The interesting evaluation of supported group living in a resurgence of ’recovery’ as a priority for mental pilot study of people with Korsakoff syndrome. Their health services marks this with a drive towards findings reveal positive changes in daily living, recreating lost opportunities and shaping a better meaningful activities and family relationships. future for people with mental health problems Mary McMurran, Arthur Nezu and Christine (Boardman et al, 2008). Nezu chart their work and review the work of others Employment is one key feature of such recovery on the use of problem-solving therapy (PST) for approaches and Carol Black’s review presents a people with personality disorder. PST aims to teach timely reminder of the importance of employment new skills to enable people to manage their for good health (Black, 2008). This review challenges emotions rather than attempt to change their the notion that illness is not compatible with http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mental Health Review Journal Emerald Publishing

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1361-9322
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10.1108/13619322200800008
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Abstract

Leading a fulfilling life is a goal of many but no less health problems. These findings also lend support to important for those it escapes. Recent policy recovery-oriented approaches. developments in mental health have witnessed a re- Christine Irvine and Sonia Mawhinney provide an energised approach to achieving a fulfilling life. The interesting evaluation of supported group living in a resurgence of ’recovery’ as a priority for mental pilot study of people with Korsakoff syndrome. Their health services marks this with a drive towards findings reveal positive changes in daily living, recreating lost opportunities and shaping a better meaningful activities and family relationships. future for people with mental health problems Mary McMurran, Arthur Nezu and Christine (Boardman et al, 2008). Nezu chart their work and review the work of others Employment is one key feature of such recovery on the use of problem-solving therapy (PST) for approaches and Carol Black’s review presents a people with personality disorder. PST aims to teach timely reminder of the importance of employment new skills to enable people to manage their for good health (Black, 2008). This review challenges emotions rather than attempt to change their the notion that illness is not compatible with

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Mental Health Review JournalEmerald Publishing

Published: Jun 1, 2008

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