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Evaluation of Mental Effectiveness Training for People with Experience of Using Mental Health Services: Final Report for Comic Relief

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DatePublished - 2015
Number of pages33
PublisherInternational Centre for Mental Health Social Research, University of York
Place of PublicationYork
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

There is some pilot evidence that mental effectiveness training provided by the social enterprise Mindapples helps people to learn about their own minds and self-manage their stress (Webber et al., 2015). It is possible that it could similarly help people who have experience of using mental health services.
This study aimed to evaluate the feasibility of adapting and delivering the Mindapples training programme to people with experience of mental health service use; its effectiveness in improving their mental wellbeing, ability to self-manage their stress and knowledge about mental effectiveness; and their perspectives on its usefulness for their lives.

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  • Mental Health, RESILIENCE, Training

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