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Asking questions to aid recovery
journal contributionposted on 2023-07-26, 13:14 authored by David Hawkes, David Hingley
Questioning is a fundamental part of practitioner-client interactions, crucial to develop an understanding of clients’ experiences and to assess risks associated with them. The questions practitioners ask can also convey their beliefs and approaches to care. This article provides a list of six types of question based on the principles of recovery and person-centred care. The list is intended to complement, not replace, the enquiries that practitioners must make to fulfil their essential professional duties, while conveying their commitment to hope, change and recovery.
Publication titleMental Health Practice