Journal of Recovery in Mental Health

The Journal of Recovery in Mental Health is an international, multidisciplinary, and multi-method, open-access, peer-reviewed journal engaging research, proven practices and a range of perspectives, inclusive of health professionals, patients and families, focused on understanding and improving mental health recovery. Although primarily a themed issue journal, we will accept manuscripts at any time on topics related to recovery in mental health. 
Please visit our Online Submissions page for more information.


Goals, Learning, Recovery College

Cover Art

Rearching Your Goals Through Learning

This art represents the journey students may take when they become involved in a Recovery College Program.

Cover art contributed by Martha Hopkins.


Vol 1, No 3 (2018): Leading Practices in Recovery Colleges

Full Issue

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Improving Relationships, Lives and Systems: The Transformative Power of a Recovery College
Simone Arbour, Brian T. Rose
1-6

Original Research

Teresa Hall, Helen Louise Jordan, Lennart Reifels, Sue Belmore, Dianne Hardy, Heather Thompson, Lisa Brophy
7-20

Perspectives, Opinions, Viewpoints

The Value of Lived Experience: Co-Production and Collaboration in Recovery Colleges
Anne B. Pledger
21-28
Programma FOR: A Recovery College in Italy
Fabio Lucchi, Elisa Chiaf, Anna Placentino, Gianpaulo Scarsato
29-37
The Mysterious Third Practice: The Power of Love Instead of the Love of Power
Lori Ashcraft, Sarah Elisabeth Brown
38-42