This project works in partnership with the National Counselling Service to explore the lived experiences of a psychodynamic psychodrama group for both practitioners and survivors of child abuse that have “graduated” from this group. The research examines the therapeutic process through socio-cultural and discourse analysis lenses to explore hidden and conflicting narratives of lived experience. In particular, this research explores transitions from service provision and how resilience is maintained for survivors of abuse, once their therapeutic journey ends.
|School||School of Applied Psychology|
|Staff members involved||Dr. Angela VealeSarah Robinson|
|Date:||13th January 2015|