Across a range of healthcare, educational and third sector contexts, counsellors and psychotherapists are increasingly being asked to use outcome monitoring forms, such as the CORE-OM, to evaluate the effectiveness of their practice. For many of us …
Click here to download free 34 page report SCHOOL-BASED COUNSELLING IN UK SECONDARY SCHOOLS: A REVIEW AND CRITICAL EVALUATION Abstract School-based counselling is one of the most prevalent forms of psychological therapy for young people in the UK, with approximately 70,000-90,000 cases per year. This presentation begins by reviewing what we [...]
Relational Depth: A quantitative researcher’s perspective
Welcome to our series on relational depth.
In this interview Sue Wiggins talks about her experience as a researcher of relational Depth and
Therapy Today writes that, “‘The book represents a ‘gentle revolution’. The gentleness comes from its lack of stridency and from its inclusiveness, and the radical quality is that person-centred therapy in particular, and all therapeutic work in general, cannot be the same again’”
Following our interview with John McLeod we interviewed his co-author, Mick Cooper, about the pluralist approach to therapy set out in their new book titled “Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy”