Book Chapter

Collaborative Recovery Model: From Mental Health Recovery to Wellbeing

L Oades, FP Deane, TP Crowe

Wellbeing, Recovery and Mental Health | Cambridge University Press | Published : 2017


Traditional mental health care emphasises living with fewer symptoms; mental health recovery may be seen as living well with illness and wellbeing as simply well. Within this spectrum of aims, this chapter describes the evolution of the Collaborative Recovery Model (CRM) from its origins around the year 1998 until now. The CRM is a conceptual model and training/coaching resource designed to support (a) mental health service provision to become more recovery-orientated and (b) mental health organisational development consistent with mental health recovery values. Through training and coaching, the CRM assists mental health staff and consumers to emphases hope for recovery, personal meaning an..

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