Applying individualized, recovery based mangement to the challenge of getting the paperwork done to get paid for delivering services.
Implementing the Recovery Based System Planning Schema for individual staff. Also “value driven and consumer centered” as a guide to decision making.
An effort to rethink confidentiality to a create “Recovery Based HIPPA Training”
A checklist description of four transformed levels of practice – recovery enhanced practice, recovery based practice, community integration, and community development inspired by four levels of leadership skills – direction, support, linkage, and networking
An analysis of four different perspectives of strengths based work - social determinants of health, protective factors, self efficacy, and building resilience by finding strengths in struggles
My version of the NIMH four stages- engagement, persuasion, active treatment, and relapse prevention as a practical guide to dual diagnosis services
Dealing with the emotional issues underlying our difficulties working with substance abusing people
A vision of the possibilities of the implications of a truly integrated approach to dual diagnosis
Some musings on the difficulties working with families and an approach based on being “replacement peers” instead of “replacement families”
A bold rethinking of suicide prevention from a person centered, subjective point of view worth considering given the Village’s remarkably low suicide rate.
A set of six practical techniques for engaging people
Reconceptualizing homeless people as “refugees in their own country” and our services as refugee services including practical implications
My reflections on the “actual” diagnoses of mentally ill homeless people and the serious limitations of DSM for this group of people