Psychosocial Interventions for People with Serious Mental Illness

  • Mike Fleet
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Abstract

There has been acceptance that the experience of those suffering mental illness is ‘fundamentally non-understandable’ (Jaspers, 1959). This is not quite so — it is normal to hallucinate or have ‘odd’ ideas, sometimes (Haddock & Slade, 1996; Kingdon & Turkington, 1994).

Keywords

Depression Schizophrenia Assimilation Dura Geted 

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