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Journey of IMR Implementation in Brunei Darussalam

Siti Norazmizah Haji Awang Tengah , K. Hi Kassim

This paper describes the journey and process of conducting Illness Management and Recovery (IMR) programs in Brunei Darussalam to the current date. In the last decade, Occupational Therapy has focused on activities of daily living as a non-standardised form of assessment and treatment approach for clients with mental illness in Brunei Darussalam. Most of the treatment models used are conservative and are effective in reducing the symptoms but they do not prevent relapses and assist in empowerment of clients. This awareness led to the search for evidence-based practices to improve outcomes. IMR program was initially implemented in RIPAS Hospital, Brunei by Occupational Therapist for clients from Psychiatric Day Hospital. 

8th International Conference of the World Psychotherapy (Asia Chapter) 
Mystery, Uncertainty, Growth & Psychotherapy
31 August - 2 September 2015 | Hotel Pullman Kuching, Malaysia
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Siti Norazmizah Haji Awang Tengah

Siti Norazmizah obtained her Occupational Therapy undergraduate degree from Brunel University, UK in 2008. She worked as a therapist for the Psychiatric Division for 6 years. Add to that, she is the founder for Illness Management and Recovery program in Brunei which started in 2012. Her other roles include administrative and consultancy work for other government agencies and non-government agencies.

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Karmayunika Khamsiah Hj Kassim obtained a Nursing in Mental Health diploma from Nursing College in Brunei. She has worked as a nurse for 10 years.

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