Working creatively in mental health
Suresearch members find that using their creativity and life experiences through music, drama, poetry, memoirs, painting, pottery, textiles, montage, needlework, sculpture, design and more can have a positive impact on their wellbeing and at the same time can make a powerful contribution to the education and understanding of others about mental health.
Members’creative contributions and reflections are being made available under the following categories.
- Personal Narratives
- Creative writing
- Art work
- Critical reflections
- Digital stories
- Book and Article Reviews
New contributions are welcome, and you can contact us and send them in via our Contact Us page.
For visual arts, take a look at our Survivor Arts Project page to learn more about the way Suresearch members and other survivors have worked creatively in education with the University of Birmingham staff and students.
For all forms of writing, we have a Suresearch Writers and Readers Group, which all members are welcome to attend.