Mental health reform in Ontario is moving in the direction of community-based delivery of mental health services. At the same time psychosocial rehabilitation is emerging as a field of professional study for those who work in the community with individuals suffering from a mental illness. This paper offers a reflection on how terms popularized in mental health such as empowerment and value ought to communicate an existential movement rather than reified technological jargon.
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