The Recovery Process Utilizing Erikson's Stages of Human Development

Title

The Recovery Process Utilizing Erikson's Stages of Human Development

Creator

Vogel-Scibilia S E; McNulty K C; Baxter B; Miller S; Dine M; Frese F J

Publisher

Community Mental Health Journal

Date

2009
2009-12

Description

Of current interest to the field are clinical frameworks that foster recovery. The authors offer a psycho-developmental model that parallels Erik Erikson's theory of human development, and theorize that the process of psychiatric recovery involves a psychic reworking of these fundamental steps. Understanding recovery in this context allows the client and the practitioner of psychiatric rehabilitation to design and implement a coherent treatment strategy.

Subject

Counseling; Environmental & Occupational; Erikson; Health; Health; Health Care Sciences & Services; model; perspectives; Psychiatric rehabilitation; Psychiatry; Psychodevelopment; Public; recovery; schizophrenia

Format

Journal Article

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Rights

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Pages

405-414

Issue

6

Volume

45

Citation

Vogel-Scibilia S E; McNulty K C; Baxter B; Miller S; Dine M; Frese F J, “The Recovery Process Utilizing Erikson's Stages of Human Development,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed April 11, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/7415.

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