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What did we learn from this book? To summarise, in the first section, arts were used with different populations, including the elderly, cognitively challenged, single mothers, homeless youth, women with addictions, women with refugee status, and the experience of shifting gender identity within these contexts. We saw examples of multiple art methods, both free and directed: These included music recording, directive group art activities, fine art, poetry, photography, and theatre. These were used to capture the phenomenological experience of research participants. This enabled all of us to understand the different groups’ experiences, coping strategies, and evaluation of the settings in which they live.

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