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Is Resilience an Appropriate Concept to Attach to Schizophrenia?

Sue Liersch

Receiving a diagnosis of schizophrenia can be regarded as a significantly adverse life event and is an indication that the person is regarded to be vulnerable, rather than resilient, if viewed using the stress-diathesis model, because they have responded to stress by becoming unwell rather than thriving. Is it possible then, for a person who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia to respond resiliently or to develop resilience in the journey with schizophrenia?

Recorded: July 2010 Brisbane, Australia
Coping Resilience & Hope Building, Asia Pacific Regional Conference
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: The Brisbane Institute of Strengths Based Practice

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Sue Liersch

Sue Liersch, Lectures in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Wollongong, NSW, and is exploring resilience in the context of Schizophrenia for her doctorate. Sue, a Churchill Fellow of 2008 also provides Police Force Mental Health and Suicide Assessment in the context of safe custody.

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