The use of drawings to explore young people's views of a service for those affected by parental alcohol misuse
Wall, S. E. and Templeton, L. J., 2011. The use of drawings to explore young people's views of a service for those affected by parental alcohol misuse. Journal of Substance Use, 16 (6), pp. 439-451.
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Background: As services for young people affected by parental substance misuse evolve, it is important that young people are invited to express their views on the service they receive. Method: As part of the evaluation of a new service for young people living with parental alcohol misuse, a self-report drawing method was used with 11 young people to elicit their views of the service. Findings: The most common changes noted were: feeling happier and less confused, and having a more harmonious family life with families spending more time together. Many of the young people placed parental alcohol misuse centrally in their drawings. Conclusions: Self-report drawing enabled the young people to reflect on change, and thus is a powerful tool for further research in this area.
|Creators||Wall, S. E.and Templeton, L. J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Health|
|Research Centres||Mental Health Research & Development Unit|
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