Jerome Carson
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
PsychoanalysisPsychiatryPositive psychologyMental healthPsychological resilienceBurnoutSociologyPsychologyNursingValue (ethics)Mental illnessOriginalityConversationService (business)Practical implicationsService userLived experiencePublic relationsHEROPsychotherapistClinical psychologyMedicineCoping (psychology)Applied psychologySocial psychology
72Publications
10H-index
506Citations
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#2Jerome CarsonH-Index: 10
Last. Stacey BushH-Index: 1
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The purpose of this paper is to compare a group of service users with mental health problems with a community comparison group of gym attenders.,Cross-sectional questionnaire surveys were conducted at a large gym (n = 181) and two community mental health facilities (n = 127) in the Greater Manchester area using a convenience sample approach. All participants completed the PERMA Scale, a measure of flourishing.,Gym attenders scored significantly higher on the five elements of PERMA. Their physica...
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The purpose of the paper is to provide a profile of Robert Lawrence.,Robert provides a short background to his life and is then interviewed by Jerome.,Robert talks about the slow onset of his condition, his hospital admission and subsequent long journey of recovery.,Case studies are of course only one person’s story. The world of someone experiencing psychosis is so different that we can only really understand it fully through the accounts of sufferers like Robert.,Robert makes a number of point...
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The purpose of this paper is to provide a profile of Maddi Faith.,In this single case study, Maddi gives a short background and the origins of her mental health issues and is then interviewed by Jerome.,Maddi tells the authors how her problems developed in her childhood and of the journey she has been on since.,Single case studies provide a single perspective. Yet are they of any less value than a commentary by an academic? On the contrary, many offer unique insights into how the authors provide...
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The purpose of this paper is to provide a profile of John McManus.,John provides a short life history and is then interviewed by Jerome.,John tells us about the insidious development of his illness and how for many years it was masked by substance abuse.,As Patricia Deegan has stated, “Each person’s journey of recovery is unique” (Deegan, 1996). That is why we can learn so much from case studies like John’s.,John’s account shows the value of Early Intervention Teams. The service he received from...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to provide a profile of Michelle Walker. Design/methodology/approach In this single case study, Michelle gives a short background to the development of her depression and is then interviewed by Jerome. Findings Michelle sets out the reasons she developed depression. These map onto the research conducted by Brown and Harris some 50 years ago, showing how social factors can create a vulnerability to develop depression. Research limitations/implications Single c...
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#1Shelley SeatonH-Index: 1
#2Jerome CarsonH-Index: 10
The purpose of this paper is to provide a profile of Shelley Seaton. Shelley gives a short background to her life story and is then interviewed by Jerome. Shelley tells us about a number of life events that impacted on her mental health issues, starting with childhood bullying and also abusive relationships. The Case Study approach privileges the person’s lived experience. It also lets us see the unique complexity of each person’s story. Shelley received little help in the form of counselling ei...
#1Michelle WalkerH-Index: 1
#2Jerome CarsonH-Index: 10
The purpose of this paper is to provide a profile of Michelle Walker. In this single Case Study, Michelle gives a short background to the development of her depression and is then interviewed by Jerome. Michelle sets out the reasons she developed depression. These map onto the research conducted by Brown and Harris some 50 years ago, showing how social factors can create a vulnerability to develop depression. Single case studies provide us with one person’s narrative. That narrative is however u...
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to provide a profile of Shelley Seaton. Design/methodology/approach Shelley gives a short background to her life story and is then interviewed by Jerome. Findings Shelley tells us about a number of life events that impacted on her mental health issues, starting with childhood bullying and also abusive relationships. Research limitations/implications The case study approach privileges the person’s lived experience. It also lets us see the unique complexity of ...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to provide a profile of Patsy Flanagan. Design/methodology/approach Patsy provides a short background to her life story and is then interviewed by Jerome. Findings Patsy shares with us a journey of suffering that started when she was only five, to today where she feels she has been saved by motherhood and would like to save others through her books. Research limitations/implications Case studies illustrate the complexities and the richness of human experience...
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#2Jerome CarsonH-Index: 10
Last. Rosie Elizabeth AllenH-Index: 3
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The number of students and people with dyslexia and other learning differences has been steadily increasing in recent years. This has led to an accompanying need for additional support for people with dyslexia. Whilst acknowledging that support is vital for people with dyslexia, it is also important to identify the strengths that people with dyslexia have that help individuals flourish. For many years, dyslexia research has been more pre-occupied in exploring the problems faced by people with dy...
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