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Belonging, therapeutic landscapes, and networks : implications for mental health practice

Author: Ezra E H Griffith
Publisher: New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018.
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Why are certain places perceived to be therapeutic, to make people feel better about life, about themselves, and about their bodies? Could there be environmental, individual, societal, and attachment factors that come together in the healing process in both traditional and non-traditional landscapes? This observation is particularly important and has implications for the understanding of both healing and disruption  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ezra E H Griffith
ISBN: 9781315206004 1315206005 9781351795715 1351795716 9781351795722 1351795724 9781351795708 1351795708
OCLC Number: 1041108897
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgment; Preface; 1 Theorizing Belonging, Therapeutic Landscapes, and Networks; On Belonging; Therapeutic Landscapes and Networks; Clinical Implications; 2 The Home Landscape; Theorizing Home Landscapes; My Home Landscape; Home Landscapes, Money, and Racism; Home and the Arts; Home and Cuisine; Home and Music; Parent-Child Attachment in the Home-Space; Trauma and the Home Landscape; Clinical Implications; 3 The Work Landscape; Workplace Geography; Stress and the Workplace; Work Burnout; Rehabilitation and Dignity Professional Group MembershipClinical Implications; 4 Sacred Spaces; A Brief Historical Review; Early Years of the Barbados Group; Initiating Membership; Church Participation; Clinical Implications; 5 Travel and Migration; Theorizing Mobility and Home; Voluntary and Involuntary Mobility; Leviticus and Voluntary Migration; The Nameless Woman; The Dehumanizing Effects of Migration; Traveling for Inquiry; The Problem of Self-Exile and Alienation; Clinical Implications; 6 Prisons and Forensic Psychiatric Hospitals; Geography of Prisons and Forensic Psychiatric Hospitals Caring for Others in the Context of SecurityThe Exceptionalism of Solitary Confinement; Clinical Implications; 7 Leisure and Citizenship Groups; Leisure Activities; Citizenship Groups; Clinical Implications; 8 Conclusion; References; Index
Responsibility: Ezra E.H. Griffith, MD.

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Why are certain places perceived to be therapeutic, to make people feel better about life, about themselves, and about their bodies? Could there be environmental, individual, societal, and attachment factors that come together in the healing process in both traditional and non-traditional landscapes? This observation is particularly important and has implications for the understanding of both healing and disruption in the lives of individuals. In Belonging, Therapeutic Landscapes, and Networks, Dr. Griffith examines factors that influence the intersection of health and place, one’s sense of belonging, and the constructing of therapeutic spaces that minimize psychosocial disruption in our daily lives.

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