Identify and critically appraise engagement skills that can create empowering and recovery based interventions for individuals and their families/carers when working in both crisis and non crisis situations
Mental Health Nurses have a responsibility for developing mental health practice which works towards implementing the values and principles of empowerment and recovery. Using recovery literature critically discuss how the values of recovery are developed and integrated into professional practice
Words: 2,000 words
Module Learning Outcomes
All learning outcomes for this module are listed below. All of the modules learning outcomes are being assessed through this assessment task. Assessment criteria and guidance follow the learning outcomes which gives an indication as to how each outcome can be achieved.
Identify and critically discuss the principles and values of empowerment and recovery in mental health care
Identifies and critically discusses values in society, professional, personal. Defines advocacy and empowerment as well as recovery models in mental health care both organisational and socially.
Cultivate and develop critical thinking around ‘empowerment’ and ‘recovery’ using sociological, political, mental health service and economic frameworks as a backdrop.
Identify and critically appraise engagement skills that can create empowering and recovery based interventions for individuals and their families/carers when working in both crisis and non crisis situations (assessment, core therapeutic skills, positive risk taking, care planning)
Identify skills and conceptual challenges of inter disciplinary working in contemporary mental health practice and relate these to the principles and values of empowerment and recovery
Identifies at least one problem of integrated/Multi-Agency working.
Mentions the bio-medical model and social model approaches that can help or hinder the service user’s recovery.
Recognises the power by professionals and how they can collaborate with service users and services
Evaluate practice experiences and relate these experiences to the principles and values of empowerment and recovery
Uses practice experiences as examples