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Counselling Psychology Review Vol 22 No 3 August 2007

Counselling Psychology Review  Vol 22 No 3 August 2007

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of counselling psychology.





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Contents

Editorial
Heather Sequeira

Chair's Notes
Ralph Goldstein

Winners of the Division of Counselling Psychology Trainee Counselling Psychologist Annual Prize
Psychoanalytic reflections on suffering, loss, and life that leads to death
Maria Vella (winner)

What constitutes change?
Morag Anne Taylor (runner-up)

Death and mid-life
Edith Steffen (runner-up)

Conference - Keynote papers
Working with those affected by the 'Troubles' in Northern Ireland; risk factors and vulnerability
Áine Thompson

Making a person: The lasting impact of babyhood
Sue Gerhardt

Loosening chronology's collar: Playing with the tension between time and agelessness
Léonie Sugarman

There is nowhere to hide
Camilla Batmanghelidijh

Newsletter Section

Reflections from Conference 2007
Anthony Crouch • Michael Duffy & Clare Marie Duffy • Muriel Churchill • Jenny Gatt • Jeremy Rowe

Conference Plenary Summary
Barbara Douglas

Resonances of Chester
Jill Myton and the Conference Committee

Talking Point: Introducing 'efficiency' into a health 'market'
Ralph Goldstein

Outstanding Contribution to Counselling Psychology Award

Trainee Column
Jeremy Rowe

Letters to the Editor

Book Reviews

Networking Contacts

 

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