Through a glass darkly: exploring the internal workings of the TC through those who experience it
Much of the debate around ‘what works’ surrounding the effectiveness of drug free therapeutic communities has produced a growing body of scientific research that some might argue has taken us away from the real question of how TC methodology works. Often the preoccupation with measured outcomes undermines the need to step back and examine the true processes at play. This e-book takes this step back and starts to explore, through the client group, the true impact of being a resident and attending a TC programme.
- A qualitative study on the introduction of mindfulness based relapse prevention (MBRP) into a therapeutic community for substance abusers,Core characteristics, treatment process and retention in therapeutic communities for addictions: a summary of four studies,David Turner – born 25th August 1949 died 28th June 2014.,Dropping out of therapeutic community treatment; when is 'unsuccessful', successful?,Exploring the ‘black-box’ of TC methodology and the subjective experiences of residents within TC structures.,Rehab, respite and recovery: the experiences of methadone users in a modified therapeutic community (MTC) in Scotland,Socio-demographic characteristics and consumption patterns of drug users – synthesis of outcome research at a TC for a 10 year range,The development of the therapeutic community for addictions in Denmark. A short report based on an interview with Hanne Holm Hage-Ali.,Villa Voortman: carte blanche or not?