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The Effects of Recovery Oriented Practices on Psychiatric Symptoms of People with Mental Disorder

회복지향실천이 정신장애인의 정신과적 증상에 미치는 영향

  • 이인정 (호서대학교 사회복지학부) ;
  • 김미영 (한라대학교 사회복지학과)
  • Received : 2018.09.07
  • Accepted : 2018.11.20
  • Published : 2018.11.28

Abstract

This study examines the effects of recovery-oriented practices on psychiatric symptoms of people with mental disorder and further explores the impact of recovery-oriented practices in each subcategories on psychiatric symptoms, thereby demonstrating the intent of restoring the community mental health rehabilitation center. For this, a survey was conducted on 378 people with mental disorder who used community mental health rehabilitation center and correlation and hierarchical regression analysis were conducted. The study found that among the five subcategories of recovery, including age and duration of illness, 'Life Goal,' 'Involvement,' and 'diversity of treatment options' alleviate symptoms of people with mental disorder. Based on these findings, community mental health rehabilitation center has presented the combined significance of psychiatry and social welfare programs to facilitate the recovery of the mentally handicapped by reflecting the value and factors of recovery-oriented practice.

Keywords

People with Mental Disorder;Recovery Oriented Practice;Psychiatric Symptom;Recovery;Convergence

Table 1. Sample Characteristics

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Table 2. Variables Characteristics

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Table 3. Correlations among variables

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Table 4. The result of hierarchical regression analysis

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