ISSN 0951-5070 (Print); ISSN 1469-3674 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Where does all the research go? Reflections on supporting trainee-applied psychologists to publish their research
Hanley, Terry; Cutts, Laura Anne; Scott, Adam J.
Why do committed Christian clients seek counselling with Christian therapists?
Greenidge, Sonia; Baker, Martyn
Cultural competence in the experiences of IAPT therapists newly trained to deliver cognitive-behavioural therapy: A template analysis focus study
Bassey, Suki; Melluish, Steve
Connection and reparation: Narratives of art practice in the lives of mental health service users
Client-identified helpful and hindering events in therapist-delivered vs. self-administered online cognitive-behavioural treatments for depression in college students
Richards, Derek; Timulak, Ladislav
A case study exploring a trainee counselling psychologist's experience of coding a single session of counselling for therapeutic intentions
Cutts, Laura Anne
“We’re people who don’t touch”: Exploring clinical psychologists’ perspectives on their use of touch in therapy
Harrison, Carmel; Jones, Robert S.P.; Huws, Jaci C.
Am I competent enough to be doing this?: A qualitative study of trainees’ experiences working with clients who self-injure
De Stefano, Jack; Atkins, Shawna; Noble, Rick Nelson; Heath, Nancy
Therapeutic dissociation: Compartmentalization and absorption
Bowins, Brad Earl
Distinguishing between treatment efficacy and effectiveness in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD): Implications for contentious therapies
Mills, Sarah; Hulbert-Williams, Lee
The application of mindfulness
Does the evidence that mindfulness-based interventions may assist counsellors and their clients post-earthquake stack up?
Miller, Judi H.
‘Efficacy of eclectic group counseling in addressing stress among Thai police officers in terrorist situations’
Counselling Psychology Quarterly Vol. 25, No. 4, December 2012