Research in the Works
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Open Dialogue is a recovery-oriented psychosocial approach that has been found to be effective with persons in acute psychiatric crisis. Drs. Douglas Ziedonis and Mary Olson are leading a multi-disciplinary team at the University of Massachusetts Medical School / UMass Memorial Health Care to develop implementation tools (manuals, fidelity scales, etc.) that are needed to implement and evaluate the Open Dialogue approach in the United States.
Ziedonis, D. M., & Olson, M. (2012). Preparing the Open Dialogue Approach for Implementation in the United States [English and Spanish versions]. Psychiatry Information in Brief, 9 (10). Retrieved from http://escholarship.umassmed.edu/pib/vol9/iss10/1
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Rehabilitation/Recovery, Service Systems, Wellness
Recovery, psychological continuity, tolerance of uncertainty, open dialogue, Spanish