6.9 Psychosocial rehabilitation and further education
Acquiring new skills or knowledge can be used as a mechanism to assist clients to achieve their psychosocial rehabilitation goals. This can be achieved through a range of education approaches. Often, the link between education and achieving a psychosocial goal is indirect, and as such, identifying an appropriate education activity can be challenging.
The following are examples of when education may be an appropriate activity to include within a client’s psychosocial rehabilitation: