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By Nick Manning, Diana Menzies, Jan Lees, Rowdy Yates, George De Leon, Kingsley Norton, Barbara Rawlings

Examine is an expanding precedence for employees through the psychological overall healthiness quarter, and healing groups are not any exception. these operating in TCs more and more need to justify the good fortune and potency in their the right way to outdoor our bodies, and the top technique of doing so is thru learn. This quantity collects quite a lot of papers by means of skilled members discussing all features of TC learn. they think about questions of which tools are appropriate within the specified atmosphere of TCs, how learn experiences impact the TC atmosphere, in addition to useful and moral questions. The booklet additionally comprises debts of a number of examine experiences undertaken at, between different locations, the Cassel medical institution. Taken as a complete, the ebook could be a useful source for somebody concerned about learning healing groups - no matter if project a research, trying to expect its medical influence, or trying to comprehend the categories of effects which TC study produces.

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There are many forms of qualitative research associated with different academic traditions within the social sciences. These include ethnography, narrative analysis, discursive psychology, collaborative enquiry and grounded theory. Similarly, there are many ways of collecting qualitative data including semi-structured or in-depth interviews, focus groups, participant or non-participant observation, and analysis of pre-existing sources such as media output or literature. The common feature of these approaches and methods is a concern with meaning and with producing rich descriptions and understandings of the phenomena under study (Denzin and Lincoln 1998).

34–40). We had set an upper limit of 300 as workable, but in fact this level of sorting actually produced 294 references for the final review. These 294 articles/books were scanned to ensure they were of sufficient quality to include in the final report, and/or that they included information that was required by the data extraction sheets. Those articles or books which provided research information on the post-treatment or in-treatment outcome of therapeutic community treatment in secure or non-secure democratic therapeutic community settings for people with personality disorders or mentally disordered offenders were set aside for more in-depth analysis, together with those for secure concept-based therapeutic communities.

Thus it was difficult for them to stand back and look at therapeutic communities ‘disinterestedly’. In the second place, the books and papers they wrote were mainly directed to their own interests – bringing about change in people through the implementation of psychodynamic means. They were writing from their own particular professional viewpoint as trained psychiatrists and psychoanalysts, who wanted to improve the quality of treatment (and not, for example, as outside commentators who might reserve their judgement on the activities of mental health professionals).

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