Academic journal, Counselling, Psychology

Introducing Counselling Psychology Quarterly

In this ongoing series, we introduce journals on which School academics have editorial roles. Counselling Psychology Quarterly is an international interdisciplinary journal, reporting on practice, research and theory in the fields of counselling psychology, psychotherapy and mental health. The journal's priorities are to publish papers of immediate practical relevance that take a non-pathologizing and empowering approach… Continue reading Introducing Counselling Psychology Quarterly

Counselling, Events, Psychology

An online event for counsellors and psychotherapists

The annual research conference held by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) will this year be a free one-day online event live streamed on Saturday 16th May (9.30am – 4pm). The webcast event is titled ‘Keeping clients at the centre: inform your practice with the latest research’ and is available free of charge… Continue reading An online event for counsellors and psychotherapists

Counselling, Psychology

Practicing therapy online – a training course

As Covid-19 has forced counsellors and psychotherapists to transfer their practices on line, the Open University has produced a training course to assist them, authored by Dr Naomi Moller and Dr Andreas Vossler from the School. Therapists wanting to keep offering support to clients have had to swiftly transfer their practice online – yet few… Continue reading Practicing therapy online – a training course

Research in the School

How do digital devices impact on relationships? Take part in a survey

Two researchers in the School of Psychology and Counselling, Andreas Vossler and Naomi Moller, are investigating the impact of digital devices on relationships. If you are interested in taking part in their research, please follow the link below to find out more and access the survey. https://openss.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a9wMUIlivtaE2yh If you decide to participate, you can enter… Continue reading How do digital devices impact on relationships? Take part in a survey

Counselling, Psychology

The D241 story so far

Andreas Vossler writes about the production of the School's new counselling and mental health module, D241, which starts in October 2020.  He also introduces the new Counselling blog website. Andreas is a Senior Lecturer in the School and Production Co-Chair for D241. You might have already heard that we are currently producing a new 60… Continue reading The D241 story so far