Max Huber works as a researcher at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, where he is head of a research group studying self-managed programs. As an advisor, he is involved with several new and operational self-managed programs. Other research interests include recovery and lived experience of homelessness and mental health care, and innovation in social work in general. He is currently working on a dissertation on self-managed programs in residential programs for people experiencing homelessness and mental health care.
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