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Comprehensive List of Recovery Resources in Psychology

Dr. Larry Davidson


Comprehensive List of Recovery Resources in Psychology prepared by Dr. Larry Davidson of Yale University


Andresen, R., Caputi, P., & Oades, L. G. (2010). Do clinical outcome measures assess consumer-defined recovery? Psychiatry research, 177(3), 309-317. Humphreys, K., & McLellan, A. T. (2010). Brief intervention, treatment, and recovery support services for Americans who have substance use disorders: An overview of policy in the Obama administration. Psychological Services, 7(4), 275. Svanberg, J., Gumley, A., & Wilson, A. (2010). How do social firms contribute to recovery from mental illness? A qualitative study. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 17(6), 482-496. Tan, R., Gould, R. V., Combes, H., & Lehmann, S. (2012). Distress, trauma, and recovery: Adjustment to first episode psychosis. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice. Wright, J., & Barber, M. (2011). Hope in recovery-focused mental health settings. In Clinical Psychology Forum (Vol. 220, pp. 16-19). Routledge. Allott, P., Loganathan, L., & Fulford, K. W. (2002). Discovering hope for recovery. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health (Revue canadienne de santé mentale communautaire), 21(2), 13-33. Barbic, S., Krupa, T., & Armstrong, I. (2009). A randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of a modified Recovery Workbook program: preliminary findings. Psychiatric Services, 60(4), 491-497. Bonney, S., & Stickley, T. (2008). Recovery and mental health: a review of the British literature. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 15(2), 140-153. Czuchta, D. M., & Johnson, B. A. (2009). Reconstructing a sense of self in patients with chronic mental illness. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 34(3), 31-36. Davidson, L. (2005). Recovery, self-management and the expert patient. Changing the culture of mental health from a UK perspective. Journal of Mental Health, 14(1), 25-35. Drayton, M., Birchwood, M., & Trower, P. (2011). Early attachment experience and recovery from psychosis. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 37(3), 269-284. Glover, H. (2005). Guest editorial: recovery based service delivery: are we ready to transform the words into a paradigm shift? Advances in Mental Health, 4(3), 179-182. Henderson, A. R. (2011). A substantive theory of recovery from the effects of severe persistent mental illness. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 57(6), 564-573. Krupa, T. (2004). Employment, recovery, and schizophrenia: Integrating health and disorder at work. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 28(1), 8-15. Le Boutillier, C., Leamy, M., Bird, V. J., Davidson, L., Williams, J., & Slade, M. (2011). What does recovery mean in practice? A qualitative analysis of international recovery-oriented practice guidance. Psychiatric Services, 62(12), 1470-1476. Leamy, M., Bird, V., Le Boutillier, C., Williams, J., & Slade, M. (2011). Conceptual framework for personal recovery in mental health: systematic review and narrative synthesis. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 199(6), 445-452. Lloyd, C., King, R., & Moore, L. (2010). Subjective and objective indicators of recovery in severe mental illness: a cross-sectional study. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 56(3), 220-229. Lysaker, P. H., Glynn, S. M., Wilkniss, S. M., & Silverstein, S. M. (2010). Psychotherapy and recovery from schizophrenia: A review of potential applications and need for future study. Psychological Services, 7(2), 75. Markowitz, F. E. (2001). Modeling processes in recovery from mental illness: relationships between symptoms, life satisfaction, and self-concept. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 64-79. O'Hagan, M. (2004). Guest Editorial: Recovery in New Zealand: Lessons for Australia? Advances in Mental Health, 3(1), 5-7. O’Connor, N., Mulley, R., Grasso, B., Lambert, T., Snars, J., & Jhita, P. (2012). An Acute Recovery Unit: the first 18 months. Australasian Psychiatry, 20(3), 214-219. Pilgrim, D. (2008). Recovery and current mental health policy. Chronic Illness, 4(4), 295-304. Ramon, S., Healy, B., & Renouf, N. (2007). Recovery from mental illness as an emergent concept and practice in Australia and the UK. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 53(2), 108-122. Sayce, L. (2001). Social inclusion and mental health. Psychiatric Bulletin, 25(4), 121-123. Schiff, A. C. (2004). Recovery and mental illness: Analysis and personal reflections. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 27(3), 212-218. Secker, J., Membrey, H., Grove, B., & Seebohm, P. (2002). Recovering from illness or recovering your life? Implications of clinical versus social models of recovery from mental health problems for employment support services. Disability & Society, 17(4), 403-418. Slade, M. (2010). Mental illness and well-being: the central importance of positive psychology and recovery approaches. BMC Health Services Research, 10(1), 26. Slade, M., Bird, V., Le Boutillier, C., Williams, J., McCrone, P., & Leamy, M. (2011). REFOCUS Trial: protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial of a pro-recovery intervention within community based mental health teams. BMC psychiatry, 11(1), 185. Sonnentag, S. (2001). Work, recovery activities, and individual well-being: a diary study. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 6(3), 196. Strauss, G. P., Harrow, M., Grossman, L. S., & Rosen, C. (2010). Periods of Recovery in Deficit Syndrome Schizophrenia: A 20-Year Multi–follow-up Longitudinal Study. Schizophrenia bulletin, 36(4), 788-799. Whitley, R. (2012). Personal Memoirs of People Living with Mental Illnesses: A Resource for Recovery. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 35(4), 356-358.

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