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Journeys Through Mental Illness

Client Experiences and Understandings of Mental Distress

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At a time when service users' perspectives are increasingly recognized in healthcare, this seminal book highlights the importance of clients' perceptions of all aspects of mental illness. It examines the implications of...

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At a time when service users' perspectives are increasingly recognized in healthcare, this seminal book highlights the importance of clients' perceptions of all aspects of mental illness. It examines the implications of these understandings, especially in relation to clients' relationships with services.

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Increasing importance placed on user views in public services make this a highly topical review of clients' perspectives on mental ill health
Draws on new research findings
Brings together work from a wide variety of the social sciences into one coherent account

Acknowledgements
Allowing Madness Vox
Perspectives from Psychology, Psychiatry and Other Disciplines
Perspectives from Clients Themselves and the User Movements
Defining Mental Health Problems By and Through Experience
The Journey Through Mental Illness
Labelled, Spoiled, Negotiated, Rejected: Identity and Mental Health
Representing Mental Ill Health
Conclusions and Implications
Appendix: Methods
References.
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JULIET FOSTER is Research Fellow in Social Psychology at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University, UK. The research on which this book is partly based was awarded the BPS Social Psychology Section Annual Award for the Most Outstanding Thesis in Social Psychology, 2002.

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JULIET FOSTER is Research Fellow in Social Psychology at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University, UK. The research on which this book is partly based was awarded the BPS Social Psychology Section Annual Award for the Most Outstanding Thesis in Social Psychology, 2002.

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