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Wellbeing, Recovery and Mental Health

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Martin Seligman, Mike Slade, Lindsay Oades, Aaron Jarden, Lara Mossman, Genevieve Wallace, D. Weijers, Pawel D. Mankiewicz, Julia C. Renton, Beate Schrank, Michael F. Steger, Corey L. M. Keyes, Chris C. Martin, Frank P. Deane, Trevor P. Crowe, Tayyab Rashid, Ryan N. Howes, Ruth Louden, Simon Riches, Dror Ben-Zeev, Nidhi Badiyani, Kristen Hamling, Deborah Delman, Jonathan Delman, Geoff Shepherd, Jane McGregor, Sara Meddings, Waldo Roeg, Samson Tse, R. Jarden, Sarah Stewart-Brown, Tony Coggins, L. Waters, J. Sun, R. Rusk, A. Cotton, A. Arch, Gordon B. Spence, Pascal Perez, Mohammad-Reza Namazi-Rad, Kathryn M. Page, Allison J. Milner, Amanda Allisey, Andrew Noblet, Anthony D. LaMontagne, Christopher P. Niemiec, Justin C. Coulson, Ross Gordon
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  • Date Published: February 2017
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781107543058

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  • This book brings together two bodies of knowledge - wellbeing and recovery. Wellbeing and 'positive' approaches are increasingly influencing many areas of society. Recovery in mental illness has a growing empirical evidence base. For the first time, overlaps and cross-fertilisation opportunities between the two bodies of knowledge are identified. International experts present innovations taking place within the mental health system, which include wellbeing-informed new therapies, e-health approaches and peer-led recovery communities. State-of-the-art applications of wellbeing to the wider community are also described, across education, employment, parenting and city planning. This book will be of interest to anyone connected with the mental health system, especially people using and working in services, and clinical and administrators leaders, and those interested in using research from the mental health system in the wider community.

    • Explores the relevance of recovery research to the non-mental health community, making this of interest to a wide range of readers including public health specialists, community development workers, and policy-makers across all areas of government
    • Applies wellbeing research to mental health services with the expertise of editors and authors who are international leaders in their field
    • Brings together two bodies of knowledge, merging content that is interdisciplinary and will lead to scientific advances
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    'This exciting collection of groundbreaking research from around the world shows how hope, recovery, and wellbeing are far better than suffering, misery, and illness as guiding concepts for policy and practice in mental health and beyond, to civil society.' Larry Davidson , Yale University, Connecticut

    'Slade, Oades, and Jarden have fostered a long-overdue conversation within this book - between clinicians focusing on recovery, and positive psychologists focusing on well-being. Although the first group has traditionally focused on returning clients to baseline, the other group has tried to leave the baseline behind, for new heights of well-being. The upshot of the conversation is this:  That the processes bringing recovery and the processes bringing well-being are much the same, though they have been focused on in isolation. This book also stakes a claim for diversity, and the equal personhood of 'victims' needing to “recover” from mental illness. They are not different from us, it turns out:  they ARE us.' Ken Sheldon , Curators' Professor of Psychological Sciences, University of Missouri

    '… research has been converging on the idea that positive psychological approaches have great utility for people at risk for and experiencing mental disorders. This book provides a much needed framework for synthesizing that literature and planning ahead for what is sure to be a vibrant and massively impactful field of study.' Acacia Parks, Hiram College, Ohio

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    • Date Published: February 2017
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781107543058
    • length: 352 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 155 x 18 mm
    • weight: 0.6kg
    • contains: 33 b/w illus. 42 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Foreword Martin Seligman
    1. Why wellbeing and recovery? Mike Slade, Lindsay Oades and Aaron Jarden
    2. The science of wellbeing and positive psychology Lindsay Oades and Lara Mossman
    3. Recovery and mental health Mike Slade and Genevieve Wallace
    4. Wellbeing policy: an overview D. Weijers and Aaron Jarden
    5. Positive psychology and severe mental ill-health: strengths-based cognitive-behavioural interventions in psychosis Pawel D. Mankiewicz and Julia C. Renton
    6. Conceptual framework for wellbeing in psychosis Mike Slade and Beate Schrank
    7. Meaning in life and wellbeing Michael F. Steger
    8. The complete state model of mental health Corey L. M. Keyes and Chris C. Martin
    9. Collaborative recovery model: from mental health recovery to wellbeing Lindsay Oades, Frank P. Deane and Trevor P. Crowe
    10. Positive psychotherapy: a wellbeing approach toward recovery Tayyab Rashid, Ryan N. Howes and Ruth Louden
    11. WELLFOCUS PPT for psychosis Beate Schrank, Simon Riches and Mike Slade
    12. Mobile health Dror Ben-Zeev and Nidhi Badiyani
    13. Wellbeing and recovery in the emergency services: how do we care for those who care for us? Kristen Hamling and Aaron Jarden
    14. Recovery learning communities and the road to wellbeing Deborah Delman and Jonathan Delman
    15. Recovery colleges and co-production Geoff Shepherd, Jane McGregor, Sara Meddings and Waldo Roeg
    16. Wellbeing in non-Western cultures Samson Tse
    17. Wellbeing policy in Australia and New Zealand R. Jarden, Aaron Jarden and Lindsay Oades
    18. Population level: wellbeing in the general population Sarah Stewart-Brown
    19. Community level: translating wellbeing policy, theory and evidence into practice Tony Coggins
    20. Positive education: visible wellbeing and positive functioning in students L. Waters, J. Sun, R. Rusk, A. Cotton and A. Arch
    21. Positive tertiary education in a residential setting: Kooloobong Village Lindsay Oades and Gordon B. Spence
    22. Living well in cities: towards a location-based model of perceived urban liveability Pascal Perez and Mohammad-Reza Namazi-Rad
    23. Wellbeing enhancing workplaces Kathryn M. Page, Allison J. Milner, Amanda Allisey, Andrew Noblet and Anthony D. LaMontagne
    24. Need-supportive parenting and its role in the wellbeing and recovery of individuals: a self-determination theory perspective Christopher P. Niemiec and Justin C. Coulson
    25. Social marketing of wellbeing Ross Gordon and Lindsay Oades
    26. Wellbeing and recovery: a possible future Lindsay Oades, Mike Slade and Aaron Jarden
    Index.

  • Editors

    Mike Slade, King's College London
    Mike Slade is Professor of Health Services Research in the Health Service and Population Research Department, King's College London.

    Lindsay Oades, University of Melbourne
    Lindsay Oades is Associate Professor of Positive Psychology at the Centre for Positive Psychology, University of Melbourne.

    Aaron Jarden, Auckland University of Technology
    Aaron Jarden is Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Research Officer at the Human Potential Centre, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand.

    Contributors

    Martin Seligman, Mike Slade, Lindsay Oades, Aaron Jarden, Lara Mossman, Genevieve Wallace, D. Weijers, Pawel D. Mankiewicz, Julia C. Renton, Beate Schrank, Michael F. Steger, Corey L. M. Keyes, Chris C. Martin, Frank P. Deane, Trevor P. Crowe, Tayyab Rashid, Ryan N. Howes, Ruth Louden, Simon Riches, Dror Ben-Zeev, Nidhi Badiyani, Kristen Hamling, Deborah Delman, Jonathan Delman, Geoff Shepherd, Jane McGregor, Sara Meddings, Waldo Roeg, Samson Tse, R. Jarden, Sarah Stewart-Brown, Tony Coggins, L. Waters, J. Sun, R. Rusk, A. Cotton, A. Arch, Gordon B. Spence, Pascal Perez, Mohammad-Reza Namazi-Rad, Kathryn M. Page, Allison J. Milner, Amanda Allisey, Andrew Noblet, Anthony D. LaMontagne, Christopher P. Niemiec, Justin C. Coulson, Ross Gordon

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