Recuperando la Esperanza-Libro Práctico (Spanish Edition of the Recovery Workbook)

LeRoy Spaniol, Martin Koehler, Dori Hutchinson, and Maria Restrepo-Toro (Editor)

Recuperando la Esperanza—Libro Práctico (Spanish Edition of the Recovery Workbook)

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Audience: Recommended for use by consumer and/or professional leaders as part of a training workshop, course, or seminar in the recovery process. It also can be used by self-help groups and individuals for self-study
of recovery.

Description

This Spanish edition of the Recovery Workbook is a resource for professionals, consumer/survivors, and family members to help people with psychiatric disabilities to begin the process of recovery. It may be used with groups or for self-study.

Psychiatric illness—and the stigma that surrounds it—can be devastating. People are left feeling profoundly disconnected from themselves, from others, from their environments, and from meaning or purpose in life. Recovery is a empowerment process that can help rebuild these important personal, social, environmental, and spiritual connections; and help confront the devastating effects of stigma.

Citation: Spaniol, L., Koehler, M., Hutchinson, D., & Restrepo-Toro, M. (1999). Recuperando la esperanza—Libro práctico. Boston: Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.


Guía del Líder Recuperando la Esperanza

Guía del Líder Recuperando la Esperanza (PDF)

Guía del Líder Recuperando la Esperanza is the guide, written in Spanish, for consumer and professional leaders who are using The Recovery Workbook in workshops, seminars, or courses to facilitate the recovery process for persons with psychiatric disabilities.

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Product Details

 Workbook

PDF: 127 Pages
Published:
 1994

Product Dimensions: 8 x 11 inches
ISBN-13:
978-1-878512-27-7

Guía del Líder

PDF: 42 Pages
Published:
 2005

Leader’s Guide

PDF: 120 Pages
Published:
 2000
Product Dimensions:
 8 x 11 inches
ISBN-13:
 978-1-878512-20-8

Table of Contents

Capítulo 1: Introducción
Capítulo 2: La Recuperación
Capítulo 3: Incrementando Nuestro Conocimiento y Control
Capítulo 4: Manejando el Estrés de la Vida Diaria
Capítulo 5: Renovando Nuestro Sentido de Identidad
Capítulo 6: Creando Vínculos de Apoyo Personal
Capítulo 7: Estableciendo Metas Personales

Authors

maria Maria Restrepo-Toro, MS, CPRP, has been working at the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation since 1990.  She is a Senior Training Associate and has worked in several research projects and divisions through out the years.  Maria has six years of clinical experience, and in the last five years she has been developing the Latino Initiatives at the Center.  She trains people in the field of vocational psychiatric rehabilitation both nationally and internationally, in both English and Spanish. She develops training materials both in English and Spanish. Currently, she is the Principal Investigator for a Field Initiated project funded by NIDRR. She was a Co-Principal investigator for phase I / II of Community Action Grant for System Changes within Massachusetts. She was responsible for coordinating the implementation of an exemplary practice that will be culturally competent and will meet the rehabilitation and recovery needs of the Latino consumers within the state. Maria strongly believes in the need to empower Latinos with psychiatric disabilities to recover and regain hope, and to gain equal access to rehabilitation services.


leroy LeRoy Spaniol, PhD,, Psicólogo licenciado con una amplia experiencia dirigiendo talleres de interés psicológico, en temas tales como la recuperación, el manejo de tensiones cotidianas, destrezas de escritura, aumentando la autoestima, entre otros. El Dr. Spaniol es Profesor Asociado del Departamento de Consejería en Rehabilitación de Boston University, Editor Ejecutivo del Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal y Director Superior del Centro de Rehabilitación Psiquiátrica de dicho centro docente.


Martin Koehler, BA, Auxiliar de Investigaciones del Centro de Rehabilitación Psiquiátrica egresado de Harvard College. Finalizó un programa certificado en derecho público en el Colegio de Servicio Público y Comunitario de la Universidad de Massachusetts y participa activamente en las políticas de salud mental en Massachusetts.


dori Dori Hutchinson, ScD, Directora de Servicios Docentes en el Centro de Rehabilitación Psiquiátrica de Boston University. También es instructora en el Departamento de Consejería en Rehabilitación de dicha universidad, enseñando cursos de administración de casos clínicos, destrezas clínicas y cursos de orientación de destrezas directas. La Dra. Hutchinson ha llevado a cabo estudios de investigación extensivos en los campos de aptitud física y enfermedad mental. En la actualidad participa en un proyecto de servicio comunitario que trabaja con estudiantes de alto riesgo del Sistema de Escuelas Públicas de Boston con el fin de aumentar su sentido de autodeterminación, poder interno y sus alternativas. Los autores de esta publicación no devengan regalía alguna por la venta de la misma. Cualquier ganancia procedente de la venta de esta guía será destinada a fomentar el trabajo del Centro de Rehabilitación Psiquiátrica.

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