Creative Practice and Mutual Recovery

Connecting Communities for Mental Health and Well-Being

This highly collaborative programme funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (grant number AH/K003364/1) aims to examine how creative practice in the arts and humanities can promote the kinds of connectedness and reciprocity that support 'mutual recovery' in terms of mental health and well-being.

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Creative practice could be a powerful tool for bringing together people with mental health needs, informal carers and health, social care and education personnel, to connect in a mutual or reciprocal fashion to enhance mental health and well-being.

This programme marks a radical shift in vision that could generate new pathways for transforming these often discrete groups of people into egalitarian, appreciative and substantively connected communities - resilient communities of mutual hope, compassion and solidarity.

For more details contact:

Professor Paul Crawford
Programme Director
Email: paul.crawford@nottingham.ac.uk

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