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Title: ¿De qué se habla en las sesiones individuales de apoyo entre iguales? Análisis cualitativo de los ejercicios de role-play en la formación de trabajadores de apoyo entre iguales en salud mental
Author: Gómez Morales, Francesc
Eiroa-Orosa, Francisco José  
Abstract: Introduction. Peer Support Workers' training in Catalonia heavily emphasizes practical role-play exercises, which simulate real-life accompaniment situations. Objectives.This study aims to explore the contents and communication styles employed during individual peer support sessions. Method: We adopted a qualitative approach, conducting thematic and content analysis of 11 role-play exercises. Results. Conversations primarily revolved around users' problems, the support relationship itself, the recovery model, as well as resources, lifestyle, and processes for recovery. The prevalent use of first-person language and self-disclosure was observed. Discussion. Peer support workers exhibit a more mutual style, focusing on the recovering citizenship model. Conclusion. Peer support workers bring a distinctive style and content to their role, complementing the contributions of other mental health professionals and the current biomedical framework.
Keywords: peer support
Catalonia
thematic analysis
qualitative analysis
psychology
training
recovery
mental health
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: 29-Jun-2023
Publication license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/es/
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