Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Sport-Based Life Skills Program for Young People Recovering from First Episode Psychosis
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This aim of this PhD thesis was to develop, deliver, and pilot a sport-based, life skills program for young people recovering from first episode psychosis (FEP) through four phases: 1) a narrative review which examined the potential use of sport within FEP; 2) a qualitative study to assess the barriers and enablers to sport participation; 3) program development through intervention mapping; and 4) the delivery and evaluation of a feasibility and pilot study.
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