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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 ...
Being recognised as a whole person: A qualitative study of inpatient experience in mental health
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-03-08)
Few studies address the many challenges that are faced by staff and patients in the inpatient mental health context. In particular, there is a lack of research that explores first-hand patient experiences in order to ...
“We all have a responsibility”: a narrative discourse analysis of an information campaign targeting help-seeking in first episode psychosis
(BioMed Central, 2019-05-09)
Background: Intervening at an early stage of psychosis improves the chances of recovery from first-episode psychosis. However, people who are experiencing distress and early psychotic symptoms generally seem to delay ...
Moving Toward Connectedness – A Qualitative Study of Recovery Processes for People With Borderline Personality Disorder
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a mental health disorder estimated to affect 1–2% of the general population. As a group, people with BPD endure a high degree of suffering, often leading to suicide attempts, ...
“A life more ordinary” Processes of 5-year recovery from substance abuse. Experiences of 30 recovered service users
(Frontiers Media, 2019-09-18)
Background: Studies investigating the subjective experiences of long-term recovery from substance use disorder are scarce. Particularly, functional and social factors have received little attention. Objectives: To ...