Roger Smith

"Roger Smith,"
Roger Smith - Researcher, trainer and author
Helpful votes received on reviews: 94% (77 of 82)
Location: Lincolnshire, UK
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I am the co-author of the Advance Statements Workbook. If you are a mental health trainer this book can be bought in bulk through our web site.

I am a mood and recovery researcher and trainer. I facilitate Wellness Recovery Action Planning, Food and Mood courses and help people to understand mood and recovery from mood disorders.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 225,603 - Total Helpful Votes: 77 of 82
Am I Bipolar or Waking Up? by Sean Blackwell
Am I Bipolar or Waking Up? by Sean Blackwell
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
After a powerful emotional experience Sean Blackwell was sure he was destined to be something other than a Canadian advertising man.

Sean describes a close shave with death that may have contributed to what many would have seen as a manic episode. The autobiography unfolds with many seemingly chance encounters leading to the start of Sean's new life in Brazil.

This is an exceptionally well-written and enjoyable autobiography. If you know of Sean's current work you will have a good idea how the book ends, yet Sean tells it as it happened with only vague insights into what the future would hold for him.

Reading about 'spiritual awakenings' and how young people… Read more
Emotional Health: What Emotions Are and How They C&hellip by Bob Johnson
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I found this book very useful. I have written notes throughout as there is much that I want to go back to.

As with all the best books that are sharing a lifetime's learning, the basic messages are simple. For me the main message is:


I have written this inside the front cover of my copy as it is what Dr Johnson has proved beyond doubt throughout his career. I can see how this can be applied to any and every individual, any group and to the whole of society/our world.

Some highlights for me include the first sentence of the foreword, "Emotions are the single most vital… Read more
Advance Statements About Medical Treatment by British Medical Association
Advance Statements About Medical Treatment by British Medical Association
3.0 out of 5 stars Useful, 20 Jan 2012
This was a very useful book when it first came out, although with changes in the law: Mental Health Capacity Act 2005 and Mental Health Act 2007, it could be time for this to be updated.

A more recent publication is the Advance Statements Workbook 2011.Advance Statement Workbook: Easy to Use Step by Step Practical Guide, Create Your Own Advance Directives and Preferences

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