Using play and story-telling in a clinical setting to improve well-being for people with long term conditions.

PhD Thesis


Bourne, J. 2023. Using play and story-telling in a clinical setting to improve well-being for people with long term conditions. PhD Thesis https://doi.org/000-0001-8534-4264
AuthorsBourne, J.
TypePhD Thesis
Qualification namePhD by Published Works
Abstract

This critical appraisal explores nine published works and discusses how it has informed and developed the author as a clinician, researcher, and teacher over the last nine years. As a dramatherapist, in clinical practice, across different clinical settings and populations, they clinical work has incorporated different art forms, such as storytelling, role-play and performance to support therapeutic change. This has been paired with the demands of delivering influential research and evaluation in healthcare settings through using innovative methods, and approaches including therapeutic treatment manuals to support intervention efficacy. The challenges of conducting research with standard methodologies, such as systematic reviews, case studies and feasibility studies, whilst congruent with arts therapies practice is considered.

KeywordsDramatherapy, Story-telling, Mental Health, Intellectual Disabilities. Groups, Manual-based Interventions
Year2023
PublisherCollege of Arts, Humanities and Education, University of Derby
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/000-0001-8534-4264
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Deposited20 Dec 2023
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