We have produced a document that explains the basics and principles behind the Getting Better My Way tool. It explains how to use the tool in an intervention context. Consult the PDF document.
The following are links to articles that present the tool in a scientific research context or the principles on which the tool was based.
The goal of this feasibility study was to evaluate the acceptability, implementation and perceived usefulness of the Getting better my way self-management tool in four care settings in Quebec.
The aim of this study was to explore strategies used by people recovering from depressive, anxiety, and bipolar disorders by asking 50 of them to describe their own strategies.
This article reviews existing definitions of and approaches to recovery and then describe five superordinate dimensions of a new approach: clinical, existential, functional, physical, and social.
Getting Better My Way tool is still available in print (in French only). To obtain printed copies of the tool or for more information on the unit cost and delivery charges, please contact us.