Bending the rules: the secrets I rarely confess

or Ruling the bends: authorising ourselves to practice In this post, guest writer Emily Brookes, and Dr Russel Ayling discuss Emily’s experience of ‘bending the rules’, and Russel’s re-thinking of this idea: understanding our bentness, perhaps, or rather, ‘ruling our bends’.  The more I have talked to my psychology friends the more I have comeContinue reading “Bending the rules: the secrets I rarely confess”

Counselling Psychology Quarterly is up for some disclosure!

Counselling Psychology Quarterly are inviting submissions for a special issue on disclosure and concealment.  They are interested in research articles, literature reviews and theory papers on the subject, so this might be a great way to get your thesis published if you’re working in this area. Check out http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/cfp/ccpqcfp2.pdf for more details!