Applying a Mental Health Recovery Approach for People from Diverse Backgrounds: The Case of Collectivism and Individualism Paradigms View Full Text


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DATE

2014-05-29

AUTHORS

Samson Tse, Roger M. K. Ng

ABSTRACT

Western countries have put the mental health recovery approach into practice since the 80 s, and other cultures have started to adopt it into their services. However, the cross-cultural application of the recovery approach has to be addressed, and individualistic-collectivistic values often take center stage in the debate. While people with individualistic value orientations place importance on personal goals, people with collectivistic value orientations see themselves and their goals as an inseparable part of a family or community. However such a simplistic view on the two values may polarize the differences rather than appreciate the intricacies and heterogeneity within and across people and cultures. This brief paper outlines how these two value paradigms may help and hinder recovery on a practical level. The present paper offers a framework for providing culturally responsive mental health service that adequately engages service users and families, thereby generating more dialogues on the topic. More... »

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7-13

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