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Counselling Psychology Review Vol 26 No 3 September 2011

Counselling Psychology Review  Vol 26 No 3 September 2011

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A publication including articles concerning research and practice in Counselling Psychology.




To BPS or not to BPS - Is that the question for counselling psychology?
Terry Hanley

Research Papers

Perceptions of integration in counselling psychology training: A pilot study
Tony Ward, Kevin Hogan & Rosemarie Menns

The therapist's use of self: A closer look at the processes within congruence
Joanna Omylinska-Thurston & Pamela E. James

Using narratives on an acute psychiatric ward
Samina Allie & Suzanne Whittall

Solution Focused Groups: The results look promising
Simon Proudlock & Nigel Wellman

Theoretical Papers:

Alliance ruptures: Etiology and resolution

Christina Richards

The philosophical challenges within counselling psychology: Can Egan's Model help?
Matt Shorrock

Can Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) meet the psychosocial cost of life gifted by medical intervention?
Liza Morton

Dialogues and Debates

Book Review: Therapy and Beyond. Counselling Psychology Contributions to Therapeutic and Social Issues
Martin Milton (Ed.)
Reviewed by Laura Cutts

A response to Moller (2011): 'Diversity' still requires epistemological clarity
Martin Milton & Naomi Moller


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