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Recoverys EdgeOmoting recovery rather than churning out long term chronic mental health service users Recovery's Edge sends us to urban America to view the inner workings of a mental health clinic run in part by people who are themselves in recovery from mental illnessIn this provocative narrative Neely Myers sweeps us up in her own journey through three years of ethnographic research at this unusual site providing.

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A nuanced account of different approaches to mental health care Recovery's Edge critically examines the high bar we set for people in recovery through intimate stories of people struggling to find meaningful work satisfying relationships and independent living This book is a recipient of the Norman L and Roselea J Goldberg Prize from Vanderbilt University Press for the best book in the area of medicin.

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  • Scott J Pearson

    Recoverys Edge characters É 100 Recoverys EdgeThe American mental health system is one without much hope without much money and without much publicity In this academic exploration Myers seeks to bring a clear lens of careful observation to the situation Often exposure to the system makes observers disillusioned and hopeless To that narrative she provides a counter narrative based on first hand experience and research All in all she succeeds in her attemptShe spends an extended period of time investigating mental health therapy that emphasizes recovery above all else A regain of “moral agency” or the restoration of moral thinking was the primary goal of this facility Despite best efforts this facility did not succeed in reintegrating the mentally ill into society The gap between what was normal “out there” and what was normal in the facility was too great The ill had formed a subcultureMyers critically examines the cultural factors that led to this problem Peer leader


  • Patricia Harris

    Recoverys Edge characters É 100 Recoverys EdgeRecovery's Edge is a powerful testament to all who suffer from mental illness and their struggle to find autonomy and respect in a system of care that


  • University of Chicago Magazine

    Recoverys Edge characters É 100 Recoverys EdgeNeely Myers AM'09 PhD'09AuthorFrom the author In 2003 the Bush Administration's New Freedom Commission asked mental health service providers to begin promotin


  • Amanda Rosso

    Recoverys Edge characters É 100 Recoverys EdgeAn excellent ethnography of recovery oriented psychosocial rehab services very much situated and particular to the Unites States Fleshes out what recovery means in reality for people with mental illness here Loved her argument about the necessity for moral agency needed to survive and thrive