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Purpose– The purpose of this paper is to explore the role of a social art practice and group attachment in the life of a mental health service user with a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder. Design/methodology/approach– Interpretative phenomenological analysis was used as a means by...
Purpose– The purpose of this paper is to describe transient therapeutic communities (TCs) and their value for training. Design/methodology/approach– This is a descriptive account which includes the findings of two field study evaluations, and direct participant feedback. It is an exploration of...
Purpose– The purpose of this paper is to present insights into how and why the Sanctuary and SELF models are effective in decreasing trauma symptoms with a population of court-committed male adolescents in a residential treatment program. The Sanctuary model is a trauma-focussed,...
Purpose– The purpose of this paper is to review quantitative research since 1999 evaluating the effectiveness of democratic therapeutic community (DTC) treatment for individuals with personality disorders (PD) with reference to interpersonal and offending risk outcomes....
Purpose– Much previous research has explored the impact of group work on the therapist. The purpose of this paper is to examine how group members tolerate the powerful material discussed in groups in a prison-based therapeutic community. The authors briefly describe the regime at HMP Grendon and...
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