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Expertise from experience: mental health recovery and wellness 

Expertise from experience: mental health recovery and wellness
Expertise from experience: mental health recovery and wellness

Margaret Swarbrick

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date: 22 October 2019

Persons who were formerly recipients of services (service users) have become architects in the design, delivery, and evaluation of services. This chapter will examine the evolution of the user-led self-help movement, and its impacts on transforming community mental health practice to promote mental health recovery and wellness as a vision and outcome.

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