From the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation website:
Voices of Recovery consists of two different types of “voices.” The first “voice” is a selection of recovery stories that were published in the Coping With column of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal from the years 2000 through 2008. The second “voice” is a collection of PhotoVoice projects, which includes a photograph and a short narrative explaining the personal meaning behind the picture from the photographer’s point of view. These inspirational contributions remind us that recovery is not only possible--recovery is real!
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: Recovery
- Chapter 2: Increasing Knowledge and Control
- Chapter 3: Managing Life's Stresses
- Chapter 4: Enhancing Personal Meaning
- Chapter 5: Building Personal Support
- Chapter 6: Setting Personal Goals
Citation: McNamara, S. (Ed). (2009). Voices of recovery. Boston: Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.
The Recovery Workbook