The International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation

The International Journal of  Psychosocial Rehabilitation

(Previous Volume Feature Articles)

Volume 13
July 2008 - June 2009

 Number 1
Disability in Schizophrenia:Do Short Hospitalizations have a Role?
Gupta & Chadda

Acceptance Rates Research and Program Evaluation

Celebrex and Potential Heart Disease and Liver Disease: A Personal Account

Evaluation of the rehabilitation process in Greek Community Residential homes:
resettlement from Greek Psychiatric Hospitals

Stylianidis, Pantelidou, & Chondros

Hope and Meaning During Times of Tragedy and Loss
Vis & Brownlee

Recovery and Lifelong Learning: Interrelated Processes
Griffiths & Ryan

What Would a Recovery-Oriented Program Look Like?


Recovery- and Community-Based Mental Health Services in the Slovak Republic:
A Pilot Study on the Implications for Hospitalization and Inpatient Length-of-Stay
for Individuals with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness

Hyun, Nawka, Hang, Hu, Bloom

Two Bucks for the Bus: Support Enabling Active Recovery for Marginalised Populations

Martin, Erskine, Gilbert & Gibbon

Volume 13
Number 2

A Study of Socio Cultural Perspectives of Care Givers in  Burden
Coping Behaviour in Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia Cases
Ganguly, chadda & Singh

The Validity of Occupational Performance Measurement in Psychosocial Occupational
Therapy: A Meta-Analysis using the Validity Generalization Method

Ikiugu & Anderson

How New Zealand Community Mental Health Support Workers Perceive their Role

Deinstitutionalization or Disowning Responsibility

Has Malaysia’s Drug Rehabilitation Effort been Effective?

The Impact of Group-as-a-Whole Work on a Severely Mentally Ill,
Institutionalized  Population: The Role of Cohesiveness
Semmelhack, Ende,Hazel, Hoffman & Gluzerman

Psychosocial Rehabilitation: A Descriptive Case Study Of A Therapeutic Community
Kumar & Srinath

Optimizing System & Patient RecoveryRediscover & Recovery:  The Shared Journey Project

Healing Of The Soul: The Role Of Spirituality In Recovery From Mental Illness
Green, Gardner & Sandra