Fundamental Reforms Disempowerment and Access to Evidencebased Treatment

Fundamental Reforms Disempowerment and Access to Evidencebased Treatment Personal Perspective Fundamental Reforms: Disempowerment and Access to Evidence-based Treatment Gul Y Davis his paper is based on my submission break their cultural norms and change their to the Parliamentary Scrutiny Committee reviewing longstanding social circles. the draft Mental Health Bill. I am a service user with some considerable experience of mental health As anyone who has tried to diet or quit smoking or services and I have come to the conclusion that two face difficult issues in their personalities or lives will issues are central to the poor outcomes and difficulties know, none of the actions described above are easy, experienced within mental health settings: nor can they be forced upon service users. The ■ disempowerment of service users individual has to be committed to undertaking these tasks themselves. Therefore, getting a service user to ■ the inability of most service users to access the take responsibility for tackling their condition is growing body of knowledge about evidence- fundamental to achieving a successful outcome and based treatments. avoiding relapse. I will set out my arguments for believing this, and why Just imagine: if you lost your role as an adult, if you tackling these issues must be at http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mental Health Review Journal Emerald Publishing

Fundamental Reforms Disempowerment and Access to Evidencebased Treatment

Mental Health Review Journal, Volume 11 (2): 4 – Jun 1, 2006

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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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10.1108/13619322200600013
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Personal Perspective Fundamental Reforms: Disempowerment and Access to Evidence-based Treatment Gul Y Davis his paper is based on my submission break their cultural norms and change their to the Parliamentary Scrutiny Committee reviewing longstanding social circles. the draft Mental Health Bill. I am a service user with some considerable experience of mental health As anyone who has tried to diet or quit smoking or services and I have come to the conclusion that two face difficult issues in their personalities or lives will issues are central to the poor outcomes and difficulties know, none of the actions described above are easy, experienced within mental health settings: nor can they be forced upon service users. The ■ disempowerment of service users individual has to be committed to undertaking these tasks themselves. Therefore, getting a service user to ■ the inability of most service users to access the take responsibility for tackling their condition is growing body of knowledge about evidence- fundamental to achieving a successful outcome and based treatments. avoiding relapse. I will set out my arguments for believing this, and why Just imagine: if you lost your role as an adult, if you tackling these issues must be at

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Mental Health Review JournalEmerald Publishing

Published: Jun 1, 2006

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