Counselling

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

Counselling

A School academic’s guidance for counsellors and psychotherapists

Dr Gina di Malta from the School has recently published research findings that provide guidance for clinicians. You can read about it here http://pluralisticpractice.com/2019/10/24/five-tips-for-positive-goals-work-in-counselling-and-psychotherapy/’

A Tutor's View

DD310 Counselling and Forensic Psychology: A Tutor’s View

We continue our series in which Associate Lecturers introduce Psychology and Counselling modules that they tutor.  Hello, my name is Jill Harker and I’ve been tutoring on a variety of psychology modules for about twelve years now, having completed both my undergraduate and postgraduate degrees with the Open University many moons ago!    I’m based in the… Continue reading DD310 Counselling and Forensic Psychology: A Tutor’s View

Counselling

World mental health day

For world mental health day here's an old post from Meg-John Barker reflecting what we can all learn from D240 - Counselling: Exploring Fear and Sadness about our mental health and how to deal with emotional struggles. D240 is currently being revised into D241: an updated module on counselling and psychotherapy. Watch this space...  … Continue reading World mental health day