Creative practice in a group setting
Argyle, Elaine and Winship, Gary (2015) Creative practice in a group setting. Mental Health and Social Inclusion, 19 (3). pp. 141-147. ISSN 2042-8316
Purpose – Involvement in creative practice is commonly regarded as “therapeutic” but what is actually meant by this and how does this work promote social inclusion and mental well-being, particularly when performed in a group setting? Drawing on the findings of a research project called Clay Transformations (AHRC), the purpose of this paper is to consider these questions. The project involved running a series of clay workshops aimed at people with experience of mental health service use and those who work with them.
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