Editorial: A Decade of the Israeli Psychiatric Rehabilitation Law David Roe, Max Lachman and Kim T. Mueser p.164


Do Persons with Severe Mental Illness Who Consume the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Basket of Services in Israel Have Better Outcomes than Those Who Do Not?
David Roe, Nomi Werbeloff, and Marc Gelkopf p.166


Promises and Pitfalls on the Road to a Mental Health Reform in Israel Uri Aviram. Commentaries: Howard H. Goldman, Julian Leff, Mordechai Shani, Gaby Shefler. Author′s reply p.171


My Life as a Mental Health Consumer Elliot p.195

Australian Mental Health Consumers’ Contributions to the Evaluation and Improvement of Recovery-oriented Service Provision Sarah L. Marshall, Lindsay G. Oades, and Trevor P. Crowe p.198


Measuring Recovery in Mental Health Services Mike Slade p.206


Applying Stages of Change Models to Recovery from Serious Mental Illness: Contributions and Limitations Larry Davidson, David Roe, Raquel Andres-Hyman, and Priscilla Ridgway p.213


An Examination of Stress and Coping among Adults Diagnosed with Severe Mental Illness Stephanie Robilotta, Ecena Cueto, and Philip T. Yanos p.222


Supervision and the Process of Negotiating Recovery Hanoch Yerushalmi p.232