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Book My Journey Through Mental Illness to Recovery: An Autoethnography: A Post-Modern Journey Moving from

Average User Rating:
5/5,
ASIN:
NK
Author:
Dr Richard Leopold Peacocke
Pages:
320
ISBN-10:
3659927090
ISBN-13:
978365992709
Publisher:
LAP - Lambert Academic Publishing
  1. LurganCrow
    5/5,
    "Excellent choice."
    Pros - Sad, deep, moving, informative, helpful.
    Cons - Cost per book - it is an academic book and so not cheap.
    The author leads by the hand through the swirls and mists of his disrupted life, with flashbacks and reflections on lessons learnt throughout. It flows to a climax where the lessons learned all lead to a developed model of supported service user peer support and representation work.
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