Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Psychosocial rehabilitation is a comprehensive approach to mental health recovery that goes beyond symptom management. It focuses on rebuilding individuals' lives by addressing social, occupational, and emotional facets. Through therapeutic interventions, vocational training, and community integration, psychosocial rehabilitation empowers those with severe mental illnesses to regain independence, self-esteem, and purpose.
This holistic approach recognizes that mental health challenges often disrupt various aspects of life and seeks to restore a sense of normalcy. By fostering resilience, enhancing social skills, and promoting self-sufficiency, psychosocial rehabilitation enables individuals to lead fulfilling lives, reducing the impact of mental illness and promoting inclusion within society.

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