Book chapters

Stickley T, Parr H, Atkinson S, Daykin N, Clift S, DeNora T, Hacking S, Camic P, Joss T, White M and Hogan SJ (In Press) Arts, health & wellbeing: reflections on a national seminar series and building a UK research network. Arts & Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice. DOI: 10.1080/17533015.2016.1166142  Open Access 
Stickley T, Higgins A, Meade O, Sitvast J, Doyle L, Ellilä H, Jormfeldt H, Keogh B, Lahti M, Skärsäter I, Vuokila-Oikkonen P, Kilkku N (2016) From the rhetoric to the real: A critical review of how the concepts of recovery and social inclusion may inform mental health nurse advanced level curricula — The eMenthe project. Nurse Education Today.37, 155-163Stacey G, Felton A, Hui A, Stickley T, Houghton P, Diamond B, Morgan A, Shutt J, Willis M (2015) Informed, involved and influential: three I’s of shared decision making, Mental Health Practice, 19, (4), 31-35
Stickley, T. and Hoare, M. (2015), ‘A review of the concept of Salutogenesis and its significance for promoting mental health recovery through
participatory arts’, Journal of Applied Arts & Health 6, (1), 63–75
Stickley T, Paul K, Crosbie B, Watson M and Souter G (2015) Dancing for Life: An evaluation of a UK rural dance programme. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education. 53 (2), 68-75
Wright N, Stickley T, Mulla I, Bradshaw E, Buckley L and Archbold S, (2014). Hearing Loss and Dementia: An Exploratory Study of the Views of Audiologists Quality in Ageing and Older Adults. 15(4), 220-231
Edgley A, Stickley T, Timmons S and Meal A (2014) Critical Realist Review: exploring the real beyond the empirical. Journal of Further and Higher Education. DOI: 10.1080/0309877X.2014.953458
Stickley T, and Eades M, (2013) Arts on Prescription: A qualitative outcomes study. Public Health. 127(8), 727–734
Bates L and Stickley T, (2013). Confronting Goffman: how can mental health nurses effectively challenge stigma? A critical review of the literature. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing. 20 (7), 569–575
Wright N and Stickley T (2013) Concepts of social inclusion, exclusion and mental health: a review of the international literature. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 20(1), 71-81
Stacey G and Stickley T (2012). Recovery as a threshold concept in mental health nurse education. Nurse Education Today. 32(5), 534-539
Stickley T and Hui A (2012) Arts In-Reach: taking ‘bricks off shoulders’ in adult mental health inpatient care. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 19(5), 402-409
Stickley T, Crosbie B and Hui A (2012) The Stage Life: promoting the inclusion of young people through participatory arts. British Journal of Learning Disabilities. 40(4), 251-258
Gilbert P and Stickley T (2012) Wounded Healers: The role of lived-experience in mental health education and practice. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice. 7(1), 33-41
Edgley A, Stickley T, Wright N and Repper J (2012). The Politics of Recovery in Mental Health: a Left Libertarian Policy Analysis. Social Theory and Health. 10(2), 121-140
Stickley T and Hui A (2012) Social prescribing through arts on prescription in a UK city: participants’ perspectives (part one) Public Health. 126, 574-579
Stickley T and Hui A (2012) Social prescribing through arts on prescription in a UK city: referrers’ perspectives (part two) Public Health. 126, 580-586
Spandler H and Stickley T (2011). No hope without compassion: the importance of compassion in recovery-focused mental health services. Journal of Mental Health. 20(6), 555-566
Stickley T (2011) From SOLER to SURETY for effective non-verbal communication. Nurse Education in Practice. 11 (6) 395-398
Stickley T, (2011). A philosophy for community-based, participatory arts practice: A narrative inquiry. Journal of Applied Arts and Health, 2(1), 85-87.
Williams S and Stickley T, (2011). Stories from the streets: people’s experiences of homelessness. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 18(5), 432-439.
Stickley T and Wright N (2011) The British research evidence for recovery, papers published between 2006-2009 (inclusive). Part Two: A review of the grey literature including book chapters and policy documents. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 8, (4), 297-307
Stickley T and Wright N (2011) The British research evidence for recovery, papers published between 2006-2009 (inclusive). Part One: A review of the peer-reviewed literature using a systematic approach. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 18, (3) 247–256
Stickley T, Stacey G, Pollock K, Smith A, Betinis J, Fairbank S (2011) Developing a service user designed tool for the assessment of student mental health nurses in practice: A collaborative process. Nurse Education Today. 31 (1) 102–106
Stacey G, Joynson K, Stickley T and Diamond B (2011). How do nurse's cope when values and practice conflict? Nursing Times, 107(5), 20-23
Collier R and Stickley T, (2010). From service user involvement to collaboration in mental health nurse education: Developing a practical philosophy for change. Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 5(4), 4-11
Hui A and Stickley T (2010) Artistic activities can improve patients' self-esteem. Mental Health Practice, 14, (4), 30-32
Williams J and Stickley T (2010) Empathy and nurse education. Nurse education today, 30, (8) 752-755
Maddocks S, Johnson S, Wright N and Stickley T (2010) A phenomenological exploration of the lived experience of mental health nurses who care for clients with enduring mental health problems who are parents. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 17, (8) 674–682
Stickley A and Stickley T, (2010). A holistic model for the rehabilitation and recovery of internally displaced people in war-torn Uganda. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 73(7), 335-338.
Stickley T, (2010). Does prescribing participation in arts help to promote recovery for mental health clients?. Nursing Times, 106(18), 18-20.
Hui A and Stickley T (2010). The elders dance project: a study of a culturally sensitive initiative. British Journal of Wellbeing, 1(1), 29-34.
Stacey G and Stickley T (2010) The meaning of art to people who use mental health services. Perspectives in Public Health. 130 (2), 70-77
Hadland R and Stickley T (2010) A community arts project for excluded teenagers. Mental Health Practice. 13(6), 18-23.
Stickley T (2010) The arts, identity and belonging: a longitudinal study. Arts & Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, 2(1), 23-32.
Stickley T, Stacey G, Pollock K, Smith A, Betinis J, Fairbank S, (2010) The Practice Assessment of Student Nurses by People who use Mental Health Services. Nurse Education Today. 30, (1) 20-25
Manning C and Stickley T (2009). Childhood abuse and psychosis: a critical review of the literature. Journal of Research in Nursing, 14(6) 531–547
Stickley T, Rush, B, Shaw, R, Smith, A, Collier, R, Cook, J, Shaw, T, Gow, D, Felton A and Roberts S (2009). Participation In Nurse Education: The PINE Project. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice. 4 (1), 11-18
Clift S, Camic P M, Chapman B, Clayton G, Daykin N, Eades G, Parkinson C, Secker J, Stickley T, and White M (2009) The state of arts and health in England. Arts & Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice. Vol. 1, No. 1, March 2009, 6–35
Stickley T and Freshwater D (2009) The concept of space in the context of the therapeutic relationship. Mental Health Practice, 12(6), 28-30.
Guthrie T and Stickley T (2008). Spiritual experience and mental distress: A clergy perspective. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 11(4), 387-402.
Stacey G and Stickley T (2008) Dancing to keep young at heart. Mental Health Practice. 11 (6) 34-38
Bonney S and Stickley T (2008) Recovery and mental health: A review of the British literature. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 15 (2), 140-153
Stickley T and Duncan K (2007) Art in Mind: Implementation of a community arts initiative to promote mental health. Journal of Public Mental Health. 6 (4), 24-32
Stickley T, Hui, A, Morgan J and Bertram G (2007) Experiences and constructions of art: a narrative-discourse analysis. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 14, (8) 783–790
Couldwell A and Stickley T (2007) The Thorn Course in the UK: Rhetoric and reality. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 14 (7), 625-634
Hui A and Stickley T (2007) Mental health policy and mental health service user perspectives on involvement: A discourse analysis. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 59 (4), 416-426
Stickley T and Timmons S (2007) Considering alternatives: Student nurses slipping directly from lay beliefs to the medical model of mental illness. Nurse Education Today, 27 (2), 155-161
Stickley T (2006) Should service user involvement be consigned to history? A critical realist perspective. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 13, (5) 570-577
Stickley T and Shaw R (2006) Evaluating Social Inclusion. Mental Health Practice. 9 (10), 14-20
Essler V, Arthur A and Stickley T (2006) Using a school-based intervention to challenge stigmatising attitudes and promote mental health in teenagers. Journal of Mental Health. 15(2): 243 – 250
Stickley T and Felton A (2006) Therapeutic Risk-taking. Mental Health Practice. 9 (8), 26-30
Edgley A, Stickley T and Masterson S, (2006) Whose Right? Mental health Policy in the 21st century. Journal of Mental Health. 15(1): 35 – 42
Stickley T and Nickeas R (2006) Becoming one person: living with dissociative identity disorder. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 13, 180-187
Stickley T, Freshwater D (2006) The art of listening in the therapeutic relationship. Mental Health Practice. 9, (5), 12-18

Books

Peer-reviewed research articles (limited to the last 10 years)

Stickley T and Clift S, eds., 2017. Arts, Health and Wellbeing: A Theoretical Inquiry for Practice Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle.

Stickley T and Wright N (2014) Theories for mental health nursing: A guide for practice. Sage, London
Stickley T (2012) Qualitative Research in Arts and Mental Health. PCCS Books, Ross-on-Wye
Basset T and Stickley T (2010) Voices of Experience: Narratives of Mental Health Survivors. Wiley, Chichester
Stickley T, Price V And Foster M, (2008) Open To All: Mental Health and Social Inclusion Awareness Training for Museums and Galleries. National Social Inclusion Programme, London.
Stickley T and Basset T (2008) Learning About Mental Health Practice. Wiley, Chichester
Stickley T and Basset T (2007) Teaching Mental Health. Wiley, Chichester

Daykin N and Stickley T, (2015). The role of qualitative research in arts and health. In: STEPHEN CLIFT and PAUL M CAMIC, eds., Oxford Textbook of Arts, Health and Wellbeing. OUP, Oxford, 73-82
Stickley T, (2013) A critical journey from involvement to emancipation: A narrative account. In: S Coles, S Keenan and B Diamond eds. Madness Contested. PCCS Books, Ross-on-Wye.
Campbell J, Stickley, T and Bonney S (2013) "Recovery as a Framework for Care Planning". IN: A Hall, S D Kirby M M Wren (Eds.) Care Planning in Mental Health: Promoting Recovery. 2nd Ed. (Pages 113-135). Blackwell, London
Stickley T, (2011). Should Service User Involvement be Consigned to History? In: Burning Issues in Learning and Teaching about Mental Health. London: Higher Education Academy. pp. 26-27
Stacey G and Stickley T (2011). Dignity in Mental Health: Listening to the Flying Saint. In: M. R. Matiti & L. Balillie, eds. Dignity in Healthcare: a practical approach. Radcliffe Publishing: London pp. 171 – 185
Stickley T and Duncan K, 2010. "Learning about community arts". In: V Tischler, ed. Mental Health, Psychiatry and the Arts: A Teaching Handbook. Radcliffe, Abingdon, pp. 101-110
Stickley T and Stacey G (2009) "Caring: The Essence of mental Health Nursing". IN: P Callaghan, J Playle and L Cooper (eds) Mental Health Nursing Skills. (Pages 44-54) Oxford University Press, Oxford
Hall, C., Aston, L., Barksby, J., Billyhead, K., Cook, L., Dawson, P., Felton, A., Hallawell, B., Rose, S., Saxelby, H., Stacey, G. and Stickley, T., 2009. ‘All about nursing – exploring the world of nursing by those working in it’. In: Hall,C., Ritchie, D., Gorton, V. and Langmack, G., eds. What is Nursing? Exploring Theory and Practice. Learning Matters
Stickley T and Freshwater D (2008) "Therapeutic relationships". IN: T Stickley and T Basset (Eds.) Learning About Mental Health Practice. (Pages 439-462) Wiley, Chichester
Campbell J, Stickley, T and Bonney S (2008) "Recovery as a Framework for Care Planning". IN: A Hall, S D Kirby M M Wren (Eds.) Care Planning in Mental Health: Promoting Recovery. (Pages 113-135). Blackwell, London
Freshwater D and Stickley T (2007) "Emotional Intelligence in Mental Health Education". IN: Theo Stickley and Thurstine Basset (Eds.). Teaching Mental Health. (Pages 161-170). Wiley, Chichester
Wasylko Y and Stickley T (2007) "Promoting Emotional Development Through Using Drama in Mental Health Education". IN: Theo Stickley and Thurstine Basset (Eds.). Teaching Mental Health. (Pages 297-310). Wiley, Chichester
Stickley T and Basset (2007) "Teaching and Learning in the Future". IN: Theo Stickley and Thurstine Basset (Eds.).Teaching Mental Health. (Pages 353-358). Wiley, Chichester

Dr Theodore Stickley

Practice based articles (limited to the last 10 years)

If you would like a PDF of any of the articles listed below (not books or chapters) please email me

Stickley T (2012) Straight from the source: Involving student nurses can be problematic in practice. Nursing Standard. 26(26), 64
Stickley T (2010) A report from an arts and health consultation about research and evaluation. Journal of Applied Arts and Health, 1(3), 321-331
Stickley T (2009) Showcase Live! Mental Health Today. November, 2009, 30-31
Stickley T (2008) Incredible Journeys. The Observer Magazine. 22/06/08, 75.
Stacey G and Stickley T 2008. Dancing to keep young at heart. Mental Health Practice, 11(6), 34-38.
Stickley T, 2008. Jargon busters: ... lacks insight ... difficult to engage. OpenMind, 151(May, 2008), 16-17.
Stickley T, 2008. A social solution. Arts Professional.
Stickley T, Merryweather W and Leighton P (2007) With Art in Mind. A Life in the Day. 4 (11), 22-24
Walker E and Stickley T (2007) Faith, Hope and Love. Openmind. Sep/Oct, 16-17
Essler V, Stickley T and Arthur A (2006) A better place for everyone. Mental Health Today. October, 16-18