Self-direction and the Social Determinants of Health

March 6, 2020

"Self-directing participants are equipped to efficiently and effectively improve their wellbeing by addressing the underlying social determinants of health that are unique to that individual. In this way, self-direction breaks the mold of “one size fits all” approaches to mental health treatment."

Bevin Croft, Human Service Research Institute (HSRI), wrote an article on self-direction and the social determinants of health for the Community Mental Health Journal. You can view the article here.