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Clients' experiences of the Boston Psychiatric Rehabilitation Approach: A qualitative study.

Jormfeldt, Henrika LU ; Svensson, Bengt LU ; Hansson, Lars LU and Svedberg, Petra LU (2014) In International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being 9(Apr 8).
Abstract
The Boston Psychiatric Rehabilitation Approach (BPR) is person-centered and characterized by being based entirely on the individual's unique needs and preferences in the areas of working, learning, social contacts, and living environment. Nevertheless, the person-centered approach is lacking firm evidence regarding outcomes, and empirical studies regarding clients' experiences of this particular model are needed. A qualitative content analysis of 10 transcribed semistructured individual interviews was used to describe and explore clients' experiences of the BPR during an implementation project in Sweden. The findings from the interviews could be summarized in "A sense of being in communion with self and others" theme, consisting of three... (More)
The Boston Psychiatric Rehabilitation Approach (BPR) is person-centered and characterized by being based entirely on the individual's unique needs and preferences in the areas of working, learning, social contacts, and living environment. Nevertheless, the person-centered approach is lacking firm evidence regarding outcomes, and empirical studies regarding clients' experiences of this particular model are needed. A qualitative content analysis of 10 transcribed semistructured individual interviews was used to describe and explore clients' experiences of the BPR during an implementation project in Sweden. The findings from the interviews could be summarized in "A sense of being in communion with self and others" theme, consisting of three categories: increased self-understanding, getting new perspectives, and being in a trusting relationship. The results showed that clients do not always recognize nor are able to verbalize their goals before they have been given the possibility to reflect their thoughts in collaboration with a trusted person. The guidelines of the approach are intended to support the clients' ability to participate in decision making regarding their own care. More research about efficacy of different rehabilitation approaches and exploration of fidelity to guidelines of rehabilitation programs are required. (Less)
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  author       = {Jormfeldt, Henrika and Svensson, Bengt and Hansson, Lars and Svedberg, Petra},
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  number       = {Apr 8},
  publisher    = {Taylor & Francis},
  series       = {International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being},
  title        = {Clients' experiences of the Boston Psychiatric Rehabilitation Approach: A qualitative study.},
  url          = {https://lup.lub.lu.se/search/files/1703275/4731790},
  doi          = {10.3402/qhw.v9.22916},
  volume       = {9},
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