Experiences of men with psychosis participating in a community-based football programme

@inproceedings{Moloney2017ExperiencesOM,
  title={Experiences of men with psychosis participating in a community-based football programme},
  author={Laura Moloney and Daniela Rohde},
  year={2017}
}
Purpose Physical activity is associated with both physical and mental health benefits for people with psychosis. However, mental health services have been criticised for failing to adequately promote physical activities. Occupational Therapy, with its focus on meaningful everyday occupations, is well placed to incorporate physical activity interventions. The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of men with psychosis participating in an Irish community-based football… CONTINUE READING

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