The International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation

The International Journal of  Psychosocial Rehabilitation

(Previous Volume Feature Articles)

Volume 19
Number 2
Western Psychiatry and Traditional Healing: Postcolonial Perspectives

Group Intervention in a Therapeutic Community for Persons with
Chronic Mental Illness

Ramaprasad & Kalyanasundaram

Reciprocity in the Clubhouse Context
Tanaka & Davidson

Social Adjustment of persons with Schizophrenia in Rural Areas
An Intervention Study


Experience of Psychosocial Formulation within a Biopsychosocial
Model of Care for First- Episode Psychosis

Cairns, Reid, Murray & Weatherhead 

The relative contributions of clinical and socio-cultural factors to
treatment delay among patients with schizophrenia in south-east Nigeria

Odinka, Ndukuba, Muomah, Uzoma, Osika, Bakare, Agomoh & Uwakwe 

Health Care Professional’s Opinions on Culture and Rehabilitation
Services for Youth Experiencing Early Psychosis


Psychosocial Assessment for Community Based Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Mathew & Rai 

Psychosocial Treatment Interventions for People with Severe
Mental Illness in a Community

Östman & Björkman


Volume 19
Number 1
Positive effects of spirituality in facilitating recovery for
people with severe mental illness

Dr. Daniel Young

Adult Step-up Step-down: A sub-acute short-term residential mental health service
Thomas, Rickwood & Bussenschutt

Moving On as a Key Part of Recovery: What issues arise for Service Users
when moving from mental health units into community care?

Daly & Opoku

Cross-Cultural Differences and Similarities in the Expression of Jealousy in a
Couple: A Comparative Study Between Couples of Greek and Albanian Descent

Descent - Sikelianou, Georgakopoulou & Pandiri

Positive Emotions and Addiction

Flora & Stalikas

Peer Support as a Direct Benefit of Focus Group Research: Findings
from a Secondary Analysis

Forchuk, Meier, Montgomery & Rudnick

Quality of life and need assessment changes in individuals with severe
mental illness: a 5-year follow-up study

Freysteinsdóttir &  Ólafsdóttir

Rehabilitation for students diagnosed with depression and/or anxiety disorder –
feasibility and perceived impact of OPI group rehabilitation program in Finland

Appelqvist-Schmidlechner, Wessman, Salmelainen, Tuulio-Henriksson & Luoma