Authors are vocal about advocacy and empowerment. In terms of the consumer's role, the book's single most memorable comment, by author Julie Gosling—“We are not empowered by the outside, we have to snatch power back and this is crucial to Recovery”—underscores that effective community organizing must be self-owned. This presents a challenge for progressive mental health professionals who wish to support consumer power but inadvertently risk an appearance of co-opting it. For people who experience mental illnesses, it is also a call to exploit political channels. On the individual level, it declares a need for clinicians in the 21st century to continue to reevaluate what we think collaboration really means in pursuit of healing. The playing field—that is, the interpersonal psychotherapeutic field—is being leveled beneath our feet. As clinical administrators, it reminds us that we need to actually listen to our consumers, lest they will begin to go elsewhere.