Open Dialogue: A road less travelled

From Mad in Ireland: Since 1984, the rise of the Service User movement in Ireland resulted in increased pressure to have service users be recognized and involvement in the decisions about their own treatment.  In 2006 the role of families was expressed in a very similar way in the “Vision for Change” policy document. The era of mental health professionals as ‘expert’ is being challenged and many staff are examining their own views, values, and interactions with service users.

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