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BACKGROUND: Depression and anxiety disproportionately affect urban, ethnically diverse, impoverished women—particularly when access to culturally sensitive care is limited. Using community-based participatory research in the context of long-term, academic/community partnerships, women supporting women, a supportive/educative group intervention piloting an art project, was offered. AIMS: The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of an artist book-making project on diverse women struggling with anxiety and depression. METHODS: A descriptive qualitative approach was used within this mixed-method study. Thirty-one participants, aged 18 to 86 years, were asked: (1) How does this book tell your story? (2) How did creating this book impact you personally? (3) How would you describe the experience of creating your book alongside women from our group? (4) How did this project help you with anxiety and depression? (5) What did you do with the book that you made? The framework method for analysis of qualitative data in multidisciplinary health research was used. RESULTS: Four themes, with corresponding subthemes, were identified: (1) personal story entailed expression of past, present, and future journey and mediums to depict the story; (2) method of coping included relaxation, diversion, and self-care; (3) creative impact encompassed affirmation of identity, empowerment, healing, pride in work, and a vehicle to connect; and (4) creating in community incorporated inspiration, sharing, and solidarity. CONCLUSIONS: These results suggest that an art project provides a culturally sensitive, clinically relevant, and cost-effective self-care intervention for vulnerable women struggling with anxiety and depression.
Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association – SAGE
Published: Jul 1, 2022
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