Empowerment and Serious Mental Illness: Treatment Partnerships and Community Opportunities
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- Empowerment and Serious Mental Illness: Treatment Partnerships and Community Opportunities
Volume 73, Issue 3 , pp 217-228
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- 1. Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, University of Chicago, USA