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(p. 149) Women’s Empowerment and Recovery-Oriented Care: A New Intervention Model 

(p. 149) Women’s Empowerment and Recovery-Oriented Care: A New Intervention Model
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(p. 149) Women’s Empowerment and Recovery-Oriented Care: A New Intervention Model
Author(s):

Lauren Mizock

and Erika Carr

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190922351.003.0009
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date: 15 June 2021

This chapter introduces the Women’s Empowerment and Recovery-Oriented Care (WE-ROC) intervention, a model that integrates gender-sensitive and recovery-oriented approaches to clinical care for women with serious mental illness. The model focuses on the unique experiences that women with serious mental illness may encounter as a result of gender oppression and intersectional stigma. The origin of the model, the findings of a pilot study, and applications to clinical work with men with serious mental illness are presented. This chapter also includes a clinical strategies list, discussion questions, activities, and an evaluation worksheet that was used to elicit feedback from participants in the intervention.

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