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2009 Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference
Conference Venue: University of Warwick
From: 09 Jul 2009
To: 11 Jul 2009
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Riding the Tide: Confessions of a Private Practitioner.
Working with the building bricks of healthy and damaging relationships to facilitate ‘riding the tide’ as individuals and as counselling psychologists.
PCCP A D(a)emonstration Workshop Revisited.
An integrative approach to complexity: Adaptation-based process therapy.
Pitfalls and Possibilities.
An introduction to Psychometrics for Counselling Psychologists.
‘Opening the Heart’ – an experiential workshop.
What integration could work for me? Discovering and developing your own theoretical and operational approach to the practice of Counselling Psychology.
Riding the Tide: Counselling and Clinical Psychology – to merge or not to merge?
Keeping curiosity alive: Daring research projects in counselling psychology.
Interdisciplinary approaches to management of chronic pain and fatigue.
A facilitated discussion regarding workshop attendees’ experiences of the introduction of the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Project in their NHS Trust.
A workshop on working with interpreters in counselling psychology.
Q and A: Publishing your work?
The psychological impact of cancer: How we can remain fully present as counselling psychologists when cancer enters the therapeutic arena?
The capacity to be in uncertainty.
A case study of non-directive person-centred therapy for mixed anxiety/depression.
Psychotherapy and the economic context.
Depression and unresolved anger. An exploration of the perceptions, experiences and skills used by therapists: An integrative perspective.
Therapists’ experiences and views of conducting therapy with adults who have a recognised learning disability: New skills for therapists or opportunities to practice old skills?
Organisational growth depends upon personal growth! A personal reflection on theory of mind and behaviour in organisations.
Working with clients who engage in self-harming behaviour: Experiences of a group of counsellors.
Understanding women’s experience of their bodies and body image in the postpartum year: An interpretative phenomenological analysis.
The Dynamics of Shame: Implications for counsellors when working across alcohol and other drug (AOD) settings
Counselling Psychology and the internet: A review of the quantitative research into online outcomes and alliances within text-based therapy.
Mental health needs of asylum seeker men: A review of case studies.
Making sense of voice hearers’ experiences: A discursive analysis of practitioners’ reflectivity during supervision.
Personal development groups in counselling psychology training – trainee perspectives.
What is the meaning and impact on practice of managing a waiting list to psychological therapists working in primary care? A transcendental phenomenological project.
Exploration into Meaning in Life, Inner Support and Goals Implications for Therapeutic Practice.
Being and becoming a Counselling Psychologist in Northern Ireland.
Navigating with no map or compass – a single case study of therapy with a client with dys-executive syndrome.
Assessing the processes of change in two trials of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Psychological well-being among healthcare personnel: How might these employees be psychologically supported?
A meta-analysis about researches on the effect of cognitive behavioural therapy on depression in Iran.
Exploring counselling psychologists’ perspectives towards practicing online: A Q-methodological study.
Stockholm syndrome – a traumatic response to childhood sexual abuse?
Cancer and Me: Continuity and change in younger women’s identities following an experience of breast cancer.
Shame, Guilt and Mental Health.
Review of counselling centres’ situation of branches of the Islamic Azad University and its comparison with counselling centres of Government universities in Iran.
Some ‘race’ narratives: Nine London counselling psychologists reflect on their lives and experiences.
Choosing to return: The experience of Greek skilled migrants who decided to settle back in Greece.
Attachment and the academic journey – implications for student counsellors.
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