7 Tools to Jumpstart Your Recovery Journey
Mental wellness is a lifelong journey of discovery. These are just a few places to start exploring.
This resource list is for general purposes, not specific to an individual. Included are recommendations and resources for people wanting to know more about long term effects of being on psychiatric medications and how to explore lowering your dose and/or coming off medications.1 Every single person is unique. There is no “one size fits all” solution.
HELP MY DOCTOR MAKE BETTER DECISIONS
THE LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF MEDICATION USE
REDUCE OR COME OFF MY MEDICATION
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This resource list has been created to support the mission of the Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care which is “to promote better mental health outcomes by identifying, developing, and sharing knowledge with the public about mental health care that best helps people recover and live well in society. We promote improvements in mental health care by sponsoring research and the development of programs designed to help people thrive–physically, mentally, socially and spiritually.”
The information in this list is not official policy of the Foundation and is not intended as medical advice to replace the expertise and judgment of a person’s mental health care team. It is intended solely to help a person and their family make informed decisions, together with their mental health professionals.
Open Dialogue programs are well established in some communities in Europe and are in development in others. The Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care is currently sponsoring the adaptation of this approach for use in the United States with pilot programs in Massachusetts and Atlanta, Georgia.