F.A. (Alke) Haarsma-Wisselink
PhD student 'better lives for people with psychosis'
Fostering ongoing dialogue on 'the good life' of people with a psychotic disorder living supported in the Netherlands. A long term responsive evaluation of Dutch policies of de-institutionalisation, normalisation, inclusion and participation, using semi-structured interviews, participatory observations, reflexivity and mad methodology (mad, creative writing).
The main research question of this Phd-study (2019-2024): What can 'the good life' of people with psychosis, living supported, look like, in diversity, in particular as well as general?
My research method will also be 'friendship as method' (real attention and inter/est). Co-constructing our mutual and divers and layered narratives, in High Definition multi-colour.