Recovery heroes ‐ a profile of Dolly Sen

Sarah Morgan (Journalism)
Jerome Carson (South London NHS Foundation Trust)

A Life in the Day

ISSN: 1366-6282

Publication date: 30 June 2009

Abstract

The development of the recovery approach must mean a fundamental change in how mental health services see service users, for as the Social Perspectives Network paper rhetorically asks, ‘Whose Recovery is it?’, it is, of course, the service users' (Social Perspectives Network, 2007). The recent influential Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health report, suggests that professionals need to move from a position of ‘being on top, to being on tap’ (Shepherd et al, 2008). Service users need to take a more central role in the whole recovery debate. One of the ways that this aim can be realised is by looking at ‘recovery heroes’. These are individuals whose journey of recovery can inspire both other service users and professionals alike.

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Sen, D., Morgan, S. and Carson, J. (2009), "Recovery heroes ‐ a profile of Dolly Sen", A Life in the Day, Vol. 13 No. 2, pp. 6-8. https://doi.org/10.1108/13666282200900013

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