RECOVERY AND PSYCO SOCIAL INTERVENTION IN A PARANOID SCHIZOPHRENIA PATIENT
The discussion below has provided an analysis of the recovery and psychosocial interventions involved in treating a patient suffering from mental illness. Thomas (2016) stated that pain is accompanied by a recovery. Thus, it is vital to identify the recovery plan for those with mental problems. This discussion has provided a summary of the patient’s background, the assessment, planning, implementation, recovery approach and evaluation processes. According to Perkins and Slade (2012), Recovery and psychosocial intervention need to be presented as an important feature of recent mental health policy, leading to service improvement. This has also been considered in the analysis. Another aspect considered is the approach that deliberate the service user’s involvement such as patient autonomy, empowerment, compassion, communication, dignity and respect (NMC, 2009). This discussion has also included a range of psychosocial interventions that resonate with the service user through their journey of recovery. The name of the patient in this discussion is Mark, though that is not his real name.