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A Fragile Revolution: Consumers and Psychiatric Survivors Confront the Power of the Mental Health System Paperback – Jun 16 2000

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Barbara Everett has worked in both hospital and community mental health services in a variety of professional roles, from social work to senior manager. Her clinical focus has been the provision of psychotherapy for people suffering from complex posttraumatic stress disorder. She presently works as a consultant providing services such as clinical skills development workshops, clinical consultation and supervision, as well as program developmnet and evaluation.

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Highly recommended reading for advocates Feb. 9 2001
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A Fragile Revolution: Consumers And Psychiatric Survivors Confront The Power Of The Mental Health System reveals the complex relationship between ex-mental patients, the government, the mental health system, and mental health professionals. Barbara Everett draws upon her experience with having worked in both hospital and community mental health services to explore how recent changes in policy have affected patient/provider relationships, crating new tensions and new opportunities. A Fragile Revolution is highly recommended reading for consumer advocates, health care policy makers, psychiatric service providers, psychiatric patients, and the general reading public with an interest in mental health care issues.