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Exploring the Role of Art Making in Mental Health Recovery Using Mixed Methods Research

Author: Van Lith
Publisher: [S.l.] : Sage Publications Ltd, 2017.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document
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Art-based practices have attracted interest as a potentially therapeutic resource because they are in line with the whole person framework currently being adopted by mental health services, as well as have high acceptability with consumers. Nevertheless, incorporation of art-based approaches into mental health services has been limited by claims of an insufficient evidence base. This case study will focus on the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Van Lith
ISBN: 9781473975033 1473975034
OCLC Number: 972572841
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Art-based practices have attracted interest as a potentially therapeutic resource because they are in line with the whole person framework currently being adopted by mental health services, as well as have high acceptability with consumers. Nevertheless, incorporation of art-based approaches into mental health services has been limited by claims of an insufficient evidence base. This case study will focus on the design and outcomes of my PhD study, which involved gaining a deeper understanding of the role of art making in mental health recovery among consumers of two psychosocial rehabilitation services in Victoria, Australia. The PhD study used a sequential multiple case study design to explore changes in the lives of 12 participants who attended a variety of art-based programs. Three rounds of interviews were conducted with each participant at 6-month intervals over a 1-year period to explore the changes and development in their experiences of art making and mental health recovery. Gaining a multifaceted perspective of this area of inquiry involved collecting both quantitative and qualitative data concurrently at each of the three interviews. The following account will provide a brief overview of the key challenges that arose in trying to integrate several methods in a complimentary way, while acknowledging the multiple forms of knowing that were created. Additionally, various lessons learned will be described to provide practical strategies for future mixed methods research studies.

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