With over 200 publications, Rachel has written and spoken widely about recovery and social inclusion for people with mental health conditions and provides training and consultancy nationally and internationally, including Australia, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Belgium and the Republic of Ireland. She provides training workshops for a range of mental health professionals and teams (including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists and nurses) on a range of topics relating to recovery.
Rachel has written or co-authored over 200 publications including Social Inclusion and Recovery: A Model for Mental Health Practice (2003, Balliere Tindall) (with Julie Repper), and has written briefing papers on:
- Recovery Colleges, Personalisation and Recovery (Centre for Mental (ImROC, 2012),
- Team Recovery Implementation Planning: A Framework for Creating Recovery-Focused Services (ImROC, 2013),
- Continuing to be Me: Recovering a Life with Dementia (ImROC, 2016) and
- Recovery Colleges 10 Years On (ImROC, 2018).
She has also contributed to briefing papers on Peer Support Workers (ImROC, 2013).