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A publication including articles concerning research and practice in Counselling Psychology. This issue is a Special Edition on Systematic Reviews.
Editorial: What is a systematic review?
Terry Hanley & Laura Cutts
Where do counselling psychologists based in the UK disseminate their research? A systematic review
Ruth Gordon & Terry Hanley
Post-traumatic growth following bereavement: A systematic review of the literature
Christina Michael & Mick Cooper
Psychological treatments for eating disorders: What is the importance of the quality of the therapeutic alliance for outcomes?
Pavlina Antoniou & Mick Cooper
A systematic review of qualitative studies on shame, guilt and eating disorders
The relationship between children's outcomes in counselling and psychotherapy and attachment styles
Health Technology Assessment methodology: An overview and example of its potential use in the field of Primary Care Psychological Therapies in the NHS
Experiences of conducting qualitative meta-analysis
Ladislav Timulak & Mary Creaner
Dialogues and Debates
Conferences reviews and IAPT as 'thoughtcrime'
APA Convention 2013
Dipping your toe outside your comfort zone: The benefits to trainees of attending Conference
IAPT and thoughtcrime: Language, bureaucracy and the evidence-based regime
Series: Counselling Psychology Review