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MSc in Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes

Graduate dissertation topics

Recent disseration topics

Therapeutic potential of rap lyrics

Adjusting to motherhood using writing techniques

Haiku and spirituality

Being a replacement child

Wellbeing in the secondary English classroom

Tree talks: writing practice in nature

Procrastination – can writing help?

Dream mapping

Meditation practices with creative writing

Collage inquiry: generational and personal identity

Personal experience of two cultures

A family explores memories of a loved one

Zine-making and CWTP

Comedy writing techniques and menopause

Masks in CWTP

Tattoos: therapeutic writing and the social self

CWTP in a counselling relationship

Mind-body dialogues

The Well archetype

Dialogues with archetypes in later life

Recovery from eating disorders

Family systems therapy and writing

Living with ‘spoiled identity’

Bead images and the pandemic

Breaking cycles of rumination

Letter-writing to self

Museums and galleries

Play in groupwork with creative writing

Working with autistic adults

Women survivors of domestic abuse and spoken word

Journaling, knitting and drumming

Metaphors in psychosexual therapy

Creating a legacy book

Disability and multiple abilities: an autoethnography

A path to the minotaur: experiences of creative writing

Dream haiku

Designing creative writing sessions for LGBTQ groups

Vedic meditation and CWTP

Mother-daughter relationship

Black parenting in the afterlives of slavery

Writing and ‘wild art’ imagework

Using online writing in corporate setting

Investigating identity following Brexit

Novel-writing on a medical theme

Supporting self-care for creative practitioners

Exploring physical pain using metaphors and fiction