By Nick Manning, Diana Menzies, Jan Lees, Rowdy Yates, George De Leon, Kingsley Norton, Barbara Rawlings
Learn is an expanding precedence for employees in the course of the psychological well-being zone, and healing groups aren't any exception. these operating in TCs more and more need to justify the good fortune and potency in their ways to open air our bodies, and the best technique of doing so is thru learn. This quantity collects a variety of papers by way of skilled members discussing all points of TC examine. they think about questions of which tools are wonderful within the designated setting of TCs, how study stories impact the TC atmosphere, in addition to functional and moral questions. The ebook additionally comprises bills of numerous study stories undertaken at, between different locations, the Cassel clinic. Taken as a complete, the ebook might be a useful source for a person concerned with getting to know healing groups - no matter if project a examine, trying to expect its scientific effect, or trying to comprehend the categories of effects which TC examine produces.
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For example, qualitative methods may be an excellent way of exploring the subjective experiences of service users or therapeutic community members (see Chapters 8 and 18). Qualitative research works with how things are defined by research respondents, not by researchers: it is conducted with (rather than on) people. This collaborative style means that the power balance between researcher and researched is arguably more equal than in quantitative research. Principles of respect and equality resonate with those of therapeutic community practice such that qualitative research is seen by many as more compatible with therapeutic communities than the scientific stance of quantitative research.
The historical antecedents The literature on modern therapeutic communities generally refers either to the democratic psychiatric settings, which began in Britain during the Second World War, or to the hierarchical, concept-based houses which began in the USA in the late 1950s. The early literature on the British communities is descriptive rather than analytic, penned by the practitioners themselves who wanted to describe and explain their radical new approach to the treatment of mental illness and behavioural upset.
The meta-analysis is discussed in more detail below. There were also many more single case studies, focusing on describing and evaluating single therapeutic community treatment regimes, but without control or comparison groups, and these are described in detail in the report. However, they tend to be idiosyncratic in terms of research methods, type of regime, client population and outcome measures used. More uniformity of research design 46 A CULTURE OF ENQUIRY across individual therapeutic communities would produce more rigorous and valid outcome findings and, therefore, evaluations of effectiveness.
A Culture of Enquiry: Research Evidence and the Therapeutic Community (Therapeutic Communities) by Nick Manning, Diana Menzies, Jan Lees, Rowdy Yates, George De Leon, Kingsley Norton, Barbara Rawlings