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Six peer reviewed papers on counselling psychology issues, including perceptual control theory, a case study of a client with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder from a psychodynamic framework, a debate surrounding the NICE guidelines and Government priorities that have emanated from these, and personal therapy.
Chair's Notes - Malcolm Cross
Conflict, as the Achilles heel of perceptual control, offers a unifying approach to the formulation of psychological problems
Timothy A. Carey
Psychodynamic conceptualisation of obsessive thinking: An illustrative case study
'CBT or Not CBT', is that really the question? Re-considering the evidence base - the contribution of process research
Counselling Psychologists' experiences of work stress
Eleni Papadomarkaki & Yvette Lewis
Should we be doing more to reduce stigma?
Victoria E. Galbraith & Niall D. Galbraith
Counselling Psychology training: Implications for 'Self'
Mandatory personal therapy during Counselling Psychology training
Launching IndEx. Step back from everyday practice and think about what matters to you and the field of practice in which you work
What do we do about personal development? PD training in Counselling Psychology programmes
Naomi Moller, Katrina Alilovic & Neha Mundra
Chief Assessor's Report for the 2008 Assessments for the Society's Qualification in Counselling Psychology
Series: Counselling Psychology Review