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Counselling Psychology Review Vol 28 No 3 September 2013

Counselling Psychology Review Vol 28 No 3 September 2013

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




Editorial: On becoming an urban spaceman: Considering 'urban' and 'rural' research strategies in counselling psychology
Terry Hanley

Trainee Prize Award Winner

Psychopathology and the conceptualisation of mental disorder: The debate around the inclusion of Parental Alienation in DSM-5
Sue Whitcombe

Theoretical Papers

The body, the book and the organisation: Towards a post-structuralist understanding of anorexia nervosa and its treatment in a clinical setting
Sam O.C. Spedding & Martin Milton

A trainee counselling psychologist's considerations in CBT-informed practice with adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse
Parneet Kaur Chahal

Evaluation of Quality of Working Life as an outcome for work-based counselling and psychological therapy
Simon Easton & Darren Van Laar

Methodological Papers

Phenomenological research: The case of Empirical Phenomenological Analysis and the possibility of reverie
Joanna Gee, Del Loewenthal & Julia Cayne

Making methodological choice in qualitative counselling research
William West

Dialogues and Debates

Counselling psychology and the future
Denis O'Hara

Counselling psychology in the UK: A 30-year passage
Pamela E. James

Where will counselling psychology be in the next 30 years? From a Conference to the Premiership
Hamilton Fairfax

Book Reviews

Successful Qualitative Research: A practical guide for beginners
Virginia Braun & Victoria Clarke
Reviewed by Edith Steffen

The Tribes of the Person-Centred Nation: An introduction to the schools of therapy related to the person-centred approach
Pete Sanders (Ed.)
Reviewed by Elizabeth Day


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