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Utvalgte publikasjoner
  • Veseth, Marius; Binder, Per-Einar; Borg, Marit; Davidson, Larry. 2016. Recovery in bipolar disorders: Experienced therapists' view of their patients' struggles and efforts when facing a severe mental illness. Journal of psychotherapy integration. 26: 437-449. doi: 10.1037/int0000046
  • Veseth, Marius. 2016. Vi må tenke nytt om uvanlige sanseerfaringer. Psykologisk.no – Scandinavian Psychologist. Publisert 2016-07-14. doi: http://psykologisk.no/2016/07/vi-ma-tenke-nytt-om-uvanlige-sanseefaringer/
  • Veseth, Marius; Skjølberg, Åse. 2016. Lidelse kan lettes og gode liv leves. Bedringsprosesser ved alvorlige psykiske lidelser. Kapittel 12, sider 213-230. I:
    • Underlid, Kjell; Dyregrov, Kari; Thuen, Frode. 2016. Krevende livserfaringer og psykisk helse. Cappelen Damm Akademisk. 243 sider. ISBN: 978-82-02-48576-4.
  • Veseth, Marius. 2014. Folk blir bedre: Hva vi kan lære av menneskers egne erfaringer med vekst og positiv utvikling ved alvorlige psykiske lidelser. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 51: 29-35. doi: http://www.psykologtidsskriftet.no/pdf/2014/29-35.pdf
  • Veseth, Marius; Binder, Per-Einar; Borg, Marit; Davidson, Larry. 2013. How I found out I had a bipolar disorder: A reflexive-collaborative exploration of the process of identifying that one is struggling with a severe mental health problem. Qualitative Studies. 4: 21-38.
  • Veseth, Marius. 2013. Recovery in bipolar disorder: A Reflexive-collaborative exploration of the lived experiences of healing and growth when battling a severe mental illness. University of Bergen.
  • Veseth, Marius. 2012. Bedringsperspektiv på bipolare lidelser. Kapittel 22, sider 447-458. I:
    • Haver, Brit; Ødegaard, Ketil Joachim; Fasmer, Ole Bernt. 2012. Bipolare lidelser. Fagbokforlaget. 487 sider. ISBN: 978-82-450-0585-1.
  • Moltu, Christian; Stefansen, Jon; Svisdahl, Marit; Veseth, Marius. 2013. How to enhance the quality of mental health research issues: Service users’ experiences of their potential contributions through collaborative methods. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 16: 1-21. doi: 10.1080/15487768.2013.762295
  • Borg, Marit; Veseth, Marius; Binder, Per-Einar; Topor, Alain. 2013. The role of work in recovery from bipolar disorders. Qualitative Social Work. 12: 323-339. doi: 10.1177/1473325011424642
  • Moltu, Christian; Stefansen, Jon; Svisdahl, Marit; Veseth, Marius. 2012. Negotiating the co-researcher mandate – service users’ experiences of doing collaborative research on mental health. Disability and Rehabilitation. 34: 1608-1616. doi: 10.3109/09638288.2012.656792
  • Veseth, Marius; Binder, Per-Einar; Borg, Marit; Davidson, Larry. 2012. Toward caring for oneself in a life of intense ups and downs: A reflexive-collaborative exploration of recovery in bipolar disorder. Qualitative Health Research. 22: 119-133. doi: 10.1177/1049732311411487

PROPSY301A - Profesjonsforberedelse 1 Psykopatologi, psykologisk behandling og fagetikk

PROPSYMET - Metode II - Kvantitativ og kvalitativ metode og innføring i intervjumetodikk

PROPSY313 - Psykologisk behandling ved komplekse psykiske tilstandsbilder

Vitenskapelig artikkel
  • 2020. “Becoming myself”: how participants in a longitudinal substance use disorder recovery study experienced receiving continuous feedback on their results. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy. 1-9.
  • 2020. The nature of youth in the eyes of mental-health care workers: Therapists' conceptualization of adolescents coming to therapy at others' initiative. International Journal of Mental Health Systems.
  • 2020. Rethinking Social Interaction: Empirical Model Development . Journal of Medical Internet Research. 15 sider.
  • 2019. “We all have a responsibility”: a narrative discourse analysis of an information campaign targeting help-seeking in first episode psychosis. International Journal of Mental Health Systems. 1-14.
  • 2019. “It’s not a life of war and conflict”: experienced therapists’ views on negotiating a therapeutic alliance in involuntary treatment. Annals of General Psychiatry. 10 sider.
  • 2019. “A life more ordinary” Processes of 5-year recovery from substance abuse. Experiences of 30 recovered service users. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 1-9.
  • 2019. Reports of the benefits of drug use from individuals with substance use disorders. Psychotherapy Research. 10 sider.
  • 2019. Moving Toward Connectedness – A Qualitative Study of Recovery Processes for People With Borderline Personality Disorder. Frontiers in Psychology. 11 sider.
  • 2019. From the (Dis)comfort of One’s Own Home: Patients’Experiences of Hospitalization After Discharge.A Qualitative Study of Lived Experience of Hospitalization from the Perspective of People with a Mental Health Disorder. Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health. 187-198.
  • 2019. Contradictory experiences of safety and shame in inpatient mental health practice – a qualitative study. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences. 791-800.
  • 2019. Being recognised as a whole person: A qualitative study of inpatient experience in mental health. Issues in Mental Health Nursing. 88-96.
  • 2019. A Stabilizing and Destabilizing Social World: Close Relationships and Recovery Processes in SUD. Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health. 93-106.
  • 2019. "Needing different things from different people" - a qualitative exploration of recovery in firstepisode psychosis. Social Work in Mental Health. 75-95.
  • 2018. What are "good outcomes" for adolescents in public mental health settings? International Journal of Mental Health Systems. 1-10.
  • 2018. Trauma Clients’ Continuing Work on Relationships with Their Self and Others after Trauma-Specific Group Therapy. Self & Society. 74-85.
  • 2018. The relational context of mental health for carers: A qualitative study. Journal of Recovery in Mental Health. 22-34.
  • 2018. Psychotherapy in psychosis: Experiences of fully recovered service users. Frontiers in Psychology. 1-7.
  • 2018. Medicine and meaning - How experienced therapists describe the role of medication in recovery processes in bipolar disorder. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research.
  • 2018. 'Nobody else can lead your life': What adolescents need from psychotherapists in change processes. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 262-273.
  • 2017. What are “good outcomes” in Public mental health settings? A qualitative exploration of clients’ and therapists’ experiences. International Journal of Mental Health Systems. 1-10.
  • 2017. The role of therapy in personal recovery - Trauma clients' use of resources to continue positive processes following group therapy. Qualitative Social Work. 24-36.
  • 2017. Collaborating to stay open and aware: Service user involvement in mental health research as an aid in reflexivity. Nordic Psychology. 256-263.
  • 2017. Antipsychotic treatment: experiences of fully recovered service users. Journal of Mental Health. 264-270.
  • 2017. 'If there's no stability around them': Experienced therapists' view on the role of patients' social world in recovery in bipolar disorder. International Journal of Mental Health Systems.
  • 2017. "With a little help from my friends" social predictors of clinical recovery in first-episode psychosis. Psychiatry Research. 209-214.
  • 2016. Why do we need qualitative research on psychological treatments? The case for discovery, reflexivity, critique, receptivity, and evocation. Scandinavian Psychologist.
  • 2016. This is what I need a clinical feedback system to do for me: A qualitative inquiry into therapists’ and patients’ perspectives. Psychotherapy Research. 250-263.
  • 2016. The central role of self-agency in clinical recovery from first episode psychosis. Psychosis. 140-148.
  • 2016. Recovery in bipolar disorders: Experienced therapists' view of their patients' struggles and efforts when facing a severe mental illness. Journal of psychotherapy integration. 437-449.
  • 2016. "Everyone Needs a Friend Sometimes" - social predictors of long-term remission in first episode psychosis. Frontiers in Psychology.
  • 2013. The role of work in recovery from bipolar disorders. Qualitative Social Work. 323-339.
  • 2013. How to enhance the quality of mental health research issues: Service users’ experiences of their potential contributions through collaborative methods. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 1-21.
  • 2013. How I found out I had a bipolar disorder: A reflexive-collaborative exploration of the process of identifying that one is struggling with a severe mental health problem. Qualitative Studies. 21-38.
  • 2012. Toward caring for oneself in a life of intense ups and downs: A reflexive-collaborative exploration of recovery in bipolar disorder. Qualitative Health Research. 119-133.
  • 2012. Negotiating the co-researcher mandate – service users’ experiences of doing collaborative research on mental health. Disability and Rehabilitation. 1608-1616.
  • 2008. Fra det fastlåste til det forløsende - om å skape rom for endring i terapi. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 932-938.
  • 2006. Tredjehet: Grunnlagsproblemer i relasjonell psykoanalyse i lys av spedbarnsforskning. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 925-931.
  • 2005. Den relasjonelle dreining i psykoanalysen. En kritisk drøfting av motivasjonelle aspekter. Matrix. 48-64.
Faglig foredrag
  • 2016. Flere stemmer inn i forskningsprosessen.
  • 2014. Recovery: Et bedringsperspektiv ved alvorlig psykisk lidelse.
  • 2014. Recovery og evidensbasert praksis.
  • 2014. Hva vil det si å bli bedre ved alvorlige psykiske lidelser?
  • 2014. Hva er alternativet til førstepersonsperspektivet i forskning på psykisk helse - og er det bedre? Noen erfaringer og refleksjoner rundt brukermedvirkning i forskning.
  • 2014. Bedringsprosesser ved bipolar lidelse: Hvordan ser det ut fra førstepersonsperspektivet?
  • 2014. Bedringsprosesser ved bipolar lidelse: Hvordan ser det ut fra førstepersons-ståstedet?
Populærvitenskapelig foredrag
  • 2010. Positiv endring og bedring ved bipolar lidelse - En refleksiv undersøkelse av bedringsprosesser innenfor et rammeverk av brukerinvolvert forskning.
Vitenskapelig foredrag
  • 2018. What are "good" outcomes for adolescents in public mental health settings?
  • 2017. Brukarmedverknad i forsking: demokrati og/eller metodikk? .
  • 2015. What are «good outcomes» in public mental health settings? A qualitative exploration of clients’ and therapists’ experiences.
  • 2015. This is what I need to know about my patients. A qualitative inquiry into therapists’ and clients’ perspectives on clinical feedback.
  • 2012. Processes of recovery in bipolar disorder.
  • 2012. Bedringsprosesser ved bipolar lidelse: Funn fra en brukerinvolvert undersøkelse.
  • 2011. “The Views We Have Are Just as Valuable as Other Perspectives” – Service Users’ Experiences of Doing Collaborative Research on Mental Health.
  • 2011. Bedringsprosesser ved bipolare lidelser - refleksjoner rundt et medforskningsprosjekt.
Hovedfagsoppgave
  • 2007. Jeg og du og det vi skaper sammen - to essay om tredjehet.
Populærvitenskapelig artikkel
  • 2020. Preferring to be social on social media rather than face-to-face is not deviant. It’s the new normal. sciencenorway.no.
  • 2019. Recovery og levde liv. Dialog. 12-17.
  • 2019. Et godt liv. Psykologisk.no.
  • 2016. En skjev dans. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 376-377.
  • 2014. Folk blir bedre: Hva vi kan lære av menneskers egne erfaringer med vekst og positiv utvikling ved alvorlige psykiske lidelser. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 29-35.
Kronikk
  • 2016. Vi må tenke nytt om uvanlige sanseerfaringer. Psykologisk.no – Scandinavian Psychologist.
  • 2016. De vet best hvor skoen trykker. Bergens Tidende. 31-31.
  • 2014. Ikke psyk for alltid. Bergens Tidende. 47-47.
  • 2013. Alle har en psykisk helse. Bergens Tidende. 22-22.
Doktorgradsavhandling
  • 2013. Recovery in bipolar disorder: A Reflexive-collaborative exploration of the lived experiences of healing and growth when battling a severe mental illness.
Intervju
  • 2020. - Det treng ikkje vere skadeleg å ikkje ha fysisk kontakt.
  • 2016. Å forske sammen - brukermedvirkning i kunnskapsutvikling.
Vitenskapelig Kapittel/Artikkel/Konferanseartikkel
  • 2016. Lidelse kan lettes og gode liv leves. Bedringsprosesser ved alvorlige psykiske lidelser. 18 sider.
  • 2012. Bedringsperspektiv på bipolare lidelser. 12 sider.
Poster
  • 2016. Experiences of meeting early intervention services for psychosis. Results from a narrative meta-synthesis of 17 qualitative studies on service user experiences.
  • 2016. Experiences of meeting early intervention services for psychosis. Results from a narrative meta-synthesis providing a systematic integration of 17 qualitative studies on service user experiences.
Vitenskapelig oversiktsartikkel/review
  • 2019. Antipsychotic treatment – a systematic literature review and meta-analysis of qualitative studies. 1-11.
  • 2017. How do people experience early intervention services for psychosis? A meta-synthesis. 259-272.
Nettsider (opplysningsmateriale)
  • 2020. Models of social interaction do not reflect current social life - blog entry World of Psychology, Psych Central.

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