Person Centered Thinking with people who use mental health services

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A pocket sized, quick reference minibook of person-centered thinking tools and how they can be used with people who use mental health services. This includes: sorting what’s important to/for; the doughnut tool; matching staff; sorting what’s working/not working; communication charts; like and admire; relationship circles; four plus one questions; citizenship; learning logs; decision making agreement; presence to contribution; stay well plans; person-centered reviews; and positive and productive meetings. Produced in partnership with The Learning Community for Person-Centered Practice and University of Chester. 35 pages, spiral bound

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Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 105 × 150 in

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