menu ☰
menu ˟

Reconnecting with life: personal experiences of recovering from mental health problems in Ireland

Creator:

Health Research Board

Subject Keywords: Mental health
Topic: Mental Health
Catalogue: Research and Evaluation
Report
Type: Report
Region: Republic of Ireland
Description:

The study provides a deeper level of understanding of what recovery is (i.e. reconnection with life) and guidance on how it can happen (through an active reconnection with self, others and time). Preferred individual strategies of reconnecting with life can be effectively combined with therapies and supports available in the services. In the wider community these can be allied to specific tasks of reconnecting with self, others and time. The identified underlying processes, strategies, facilitators and barriers of reconnecting with life can equip all mental health stakeholders to evaluate and develop effective recovery-oriented policy, education, practice, research and mental health promotion strategies.

Information and documents obtained from this website are the copyright of Health Research Board unless otherwise stated. These may be reproduced and /or re-used subject to the latest Public Sector Information license, without the need for users to make a license application to the HRB.

Date:

09/02/2010

Rights: © HRB
Suggested citation:

Health Research Board. (2010) Reconnecting with life: personal experiences of recovering from mental health problems in Ireland [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/60843 [Accessed: 19th June 2019].

  

View your saved citations and reading lists

Contributor:

Health Research Board Publications
 
Click here to view all the resources gathered from this organisation's website.