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What Works For Peer Support

What Works For Peer Support
The Journal of Mental Health & Social Inclusion has included an abstract written by  Jon FieldhouseDepartment of Allied Health Professions, University of the West of England , Bristol, UK,  Vanessa ParmenterDepartment of Allied Health Professions,  University of the West of England , Bristol, UK,  Ralph LillywhiteBridges to Wellbeing Service, St Mungo’s, Bath, UK and our very own Philippa ForseyCreative Wellbeing, Creativity Works, Bath, UK
Entitled – What works for peer support groups: learning from mental health and wellbeing groups in Bath and North East Somerset. The purpose of this paper is to explore what worked well in terms of peer involvement in a diverse network of community groups for people affected by mental health problems in Bath and North East Somerset (BANES), UK.

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