Table of contents - Special Issue: Peer support
Guest Editors: Emma Watson
Describing a principles-based approach to developing and evaluating peer worker roles as peer support moves into mainstream mental health servicesSteve Gillard, Rhiannon Foster, Sarah Gibson, Lucy Goldsmith, Jacqueline Marks, Sarah White
Peer support is increasingly being introduced into mainstream mental health services internationally. The distinctiveness of peer support, compared to other mental health…
The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate how mutuality and shared power in relationship can avoid coercion and force in mental health treatment.
The purpose of this paper is to share the experiences and reflections of a paid peer support worker (PSW) working on an acute ward within mainstream psychiatric services.
As peer support services have become increasingly used in mental health settings as a recovery-oriented practice, so has the body of published research on this approach to…
Peer support and other consumer-provided services have burgeoned within the USA during the past 30 years and are now a central component of mental health services…
The purpose of this paper is to look at peer support in the context of broader communities.
Renamed from:A Life in the Day
Online date, start – end:2010
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Dr Julie Repper
- Dr Rachel Perkins
- Dr Jerome Carson
- Dr Julie Prescott