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'If there's no stability around them': Experienced therapists' view on the role of patients' social world in recovery in bipolar disorder
(BioMed Central, 2017-09-20)
Background: Recovery in severe mental illness has traditionally been described as a deeply personal process. At the same time, researchers are increasingly attending to the social nature of such processes. In this article, ...
Why do we need qualitative research on psychological treatments? The case for discovery, reflexivity, critique, receptivity, and evocation
Psychotherapy researchers are increasingly using qualitative approaches to gain knowledge about the experiential, relational, and sociocultural aspects of psychological treatments. In this article, we explore and discuss ...
How I found out I had a bipolar disorder: A reflexive-collaborative exploration of the process of identifying that one is struggling with a severe mental health problem
(Centre of Qualitative Research, Aalborg University, 2013)
Research indicates that it may take up to 10 years between onset of symptoms of bipolar disorder and receiving correct diagnosis and treatment. What is this period like? How do individuals experience the process of ...