Call for participants – trainee and qualified practitioners

Sophie Landmann is undertaking a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at the University of Wolverhampton. She would like to invite trainee as well as qualified practitioners to participate in her online study: Do British therapists work differently than German therapists? – A comparison between British and German therapists towards initial client contact and employed therapeutic proceedings Have youContinue reading “Call for participants – trainee and qualified practitioners”

Call for participants – qualified practitioners

Jivone Poonia is undertaking a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at the University of Wolverhampton. She would like to invite qualified practitioners who have a background in attachment theory and addictive/compulsive behaviours. Here is her recruitment advert: How significant is attachment history in the development of compulsive patterns of behaviour? Treatments for compulsive behaviours are becomingContinue reading “Call for participants – qualified practitioners”

Call for participants – qualified counselling psychologists

Anastasios Argyropoulos is undertaking a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at the University of Roehampton. He would like to invite qualified counselling psychologists to help with this research: How do counselling psychologists construct, negotiate, and position their subjectivity in the way they engage with research? This research is interested to elucidate factors that might be shapingContinue reading “Call for participants – qualified counselling psychologists”

Call for participants – research on experiences of suicidal ideation

Adila Mahmood is undertaking her Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at the University of East London. She would like to invite individuals who have had experiences of suicidal ideation and not acted on these to share their first hand experiences. My name is Adila Mahmood and I am conducting research on experiences of suicidal ideation. I’mContinue reading “Call for participants – research on experiences of suicidal ideation”

Call for participants – women who experience OCD

Elicia Boulton is undertaking a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at University of the West of England (UWE). She would like to invite women with experiences of OCD to help her with her research. Here is her recruitment advert: My name is Elicia Boulton and I am undertaking research into the experience of sex in womenContinue reading “Call for participants – women who experience OCD”

Call for participants – women who have experienced sexual assault

Anna Flo Arcas is undertaking a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at City University. She would like to invite women with experiences of sexual assault and/or rape to help with her research. Here is her recruitment advert: Life after sexual assault: Exploring women’s experiences of inner resources Hello!   My name is Anna Flo Arcas, and IContinue reading “Call for participants – women who have experienced sexual assault”

The challenges of training in research and practice?

The challenges of training in research and practice? A cup of coffee with Nick Midgley Isabel: I was recently asked to deliver a talk about the challenges of training people to be both practitioners and researchers in counselling psychology, which I found an interesting question… So I thought I would ask about your experience ofContinue reading “The challenges of training in research and practice?”

Call for participants – qualified therapists

Marta Chromekova is undertaking a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at the University of Roehampton. She would like to invite qualified therapists to help with her research: THERAPIST’S EXPERIENCES OF WORKING WITH MALE CLIENTS WITH HISTORY OF CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE – IMPLICATIONS FOR COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY PRACTICE: INTERPRETATIVE PHENOMENOLOGICAL ANALYSIS This research is interested in exploring therapists’ experiences ofContinue reading “Call for participants – qualified therapists”

“Stay on the f***ing bus!”

“Stay on the fucking bus!”: Persisting with your doctoral research. In 2004, American-Finnish photographer, Arno Minkkinen, gave a graduation speech in which he outlined his theory on the difference between success and failure in one’s career. This difference, he claimed, lay in the operation of Helsinki Bus Station*. He called this theory…….The Helsinki Bus Station Theory.Continue reading ““Stay on the f***ing bus!””