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Counselling Psychology Review Vol 28 No 4 December 2013

Counselling Psychology Review Vol 28 No 4 December 2013

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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

Research Papers

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
Tammy Oluyori

The relationship between children's outcomes in counselling and psychotherapy and attachment styles
Birgit Innerhofer

Methodological Papers

Health Technology Assessment methodology: An overview and example of its potential use in the field of Primary Care Psychological Therapies in the NHS
Rebecca Southall

Experiences of conducting qualitative meta-analysis
Ladislav Timulak & Mary Creaner

Dialogues and Debates

Conferences reviews and IAPT as 'thoughtcrime'
Denis O'Hara

APA Convention 2013
Peter Martin

Dipping your toe outside your comfort zone: The benefits to trainees of attending Conference
Sue Whitcombe

IAPT and thoughtcrime: Language, bureaucracy and the evidence-based regime
Rosemary Rizq


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