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A publication including articles concerning research and practice in Counselling Psychology. This is a Special Edition focussing on Power and equality as relevant for counselling psychology.
Editorial: The power of counselling psychology in an age of powerlessness: A call to action
Edith Steffen & Terry Hanley
Considering a social justice agenda for counselling psychology in the UK
Laura Anne Cutts
Is homelessness a matter of social justice for counselling psychologists in the UK? A review of the literature
Social justice and counselling psychology training: Can we learn from the US?
The Elephant in the Room: Implications of the ongoing conflict between religion and science, and what pluralism offers working with the (in)visible
The experience of exile-related stress among Iraqi refugee men in Sweden and its implications for counselling and psychotherapy: A qualitative study
Najwan Saaed Al-Roubaiy, Valerie Owen-Pugh & Sue Wheeler
Power and (in)equality in the UK's Armed Forces: Implications for working with ex-military clients
Quotas are not enough to eradicate 'masculine' boardrooms: The role of counselling psychology in extending the debate
Georgina Gould & Dora Brown
A thematic analytic exploration of how counselling psychologists in the UK experience and position themselves in relation to the NICE guidelines
Counselling psychology and power: Considering therapy and beyond
Collaboration in cognitive behavioural therapy: In the shadow or in the light of power dynamics?
Dialogues and Debates
A response to Zehra Ersahin
Adolescent Counselling Psychology
Terry Hanley, Neil Humphrey & Clare Lennie (Eds.)
Reviewed by Joe Coyne
Social Justice Counseling. The next steps beyond multiculturalism
Rita Chi-Ying Chung & Frederic P. Bemak
Reviewed by Laura Anne Cutts