Dr Elaine Kasket

Elaine Kasket

Position: Head of Programmes, Counselling Psychology
Email: kaskete@regents.ac.uk
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Faculty: Psychotherapy & Psychology
Programme/s: DPsych Counselling Psychology

Professional Biography

Elaine is currently on a writing sabbatical until August of 2018 and is continuing to contribute to Regent’s as a visiting Principal Lecturer during this period.  Her usual role is Head of Programmes for Counselling Psychology on the Open-University-validated DPsych in Counselling Psychology.   She helped to redesign the doctorate for its highly successful revalidation exercise in 2016. 

Like many counselling psychologists, Elaine is a ‘portfolio professional’.  In addition to her work at Regent’s, she maintains an independent practice; sees clinical and research supervisees; speaks to academic and lay audiences about her areas of scholarship and research; and authors journal articles, book chapters, and books.  She is one of the editors of the latest edition of the Handbook of Counselling Psychology (2016), for which she also authored two chapters on research, and is the author of How to Become a Counselling Psychologist (2017).  On her sabbatical she is writing a book on death in the digital age and co-authoring another on psychology and interior design.

Qualifications

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education, London Metropolitan University, 2009
  • PsyD, Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology, Argosy University/Illinois School of Professional Psychology, 2005
  • MA in Psychotherapy and Counselling, Regent’s College, 2002
  • BA Hons in Psychology and Journalism, Indiana University, 1992

Relevant Past Employment

  • 2015 – current:  Head of Programmes for Counselling Psychology and Principal Lecturer, Regent’s University London (currently on sabbatical until August 2018)
  • 2013 – 2015:  Research Coordinator and Senior Lecturer, Regent’s University London
  • 2011 – current:  Independently practicing HCPC-Registered Counselling Psychologist
  • 2007 – 2013: Senior Lecturer in Counselling Psychology, London Metropolitan University
  • 2006 – 2013: Visiting Lecturer, Regent’s University London
  • 2006: Visiting Lecturer, Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology, New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology
  • 2006: Visiting Lecturer in Psychology, Schiller International University
  • 2005 – 2011: Director, American Psychotherapy Associates, Ltd
  • 2004 – 2005: Honorary Clinical Psychologist, Park Royal Centre for Mental Health

Professional Affiliation(s)/Accreditation

  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Accredited Psychotherapist with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (since 10/2005)
  • Associate Fellow, Chartered Psychologist and Full Member of the Counselling Psychology Division of the British Psychological Society (chartered 05/2008)
  • Registered Counselling Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council
  • Registered Psychotherapist with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy – (since 11/2006)
  • Accredited Mediator, following course in Mediation Skills for Alternative Dispute Resolution, School of Psychotherapy and Counselling at Regent’s College (May 2006)
  • Member of Association for Contextual Behavioural Science (since 2013)
  • Member of Society for Existential Analysis (since 1999)
  • Member of Phi Beta Kappa (USA) – Elected in 1988

Teaching & Course Development

Teaching

  • Counselling Psychology Research I: Introduction to doctoral-level research processes, with an emphasis on developing research questions and matching them with appropriate methodologies; innovative, experiential, workshop-based method of teaching.  [Past Module Leader]
  • Counselling Psychology Research II: More complex research designs (mixed methods/multistrategy), exploring further possibilities for doctoral research.  Culminates in doctoral proposal. [Past Module Leader]
  • Professional Practice modules: These modules are the link between clinical placements and the course.  Professional practice tutors are registered practitioner psychologists who oversee all aspects of trainees’ personal and professional development on placement.  Tutorials are mentoring and quasi-supervisory in nature.  [Module Leader]
  • Cognitive Behavioural Approaches 2: Third Wave: Daylong mixed theoretical and clinical module, focusing on “third wave” approaches such as Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy; Functional Analytic Psychotherapy; Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy; and Compassion-Focused Therapy.  [Module Leader]
  • Advanced Counselling Psychology Workshops I - Influencing & Leading: Third-year module focusing on teaching; leading; management; supervision; writing; and general knowledge transfer.  Each trainee develops and delivers and influencing/leading activity in line with their particular interests and expertise.  [Module Leader]
  • Advanced Counselling Psychology Workshops II - Measurement & Evaluation: Provides more advanced input on psychometrics (intellectual assessment; neuropsycholoical assessment; personality assessment; critical perspectives) than that delivered in Year 1, as well as service audit/evaluation and practice-based research. [Module Leader]
  • Clinical Seminar - Pluralistic & Integrative Working: This clinical seminar brings together threads from all training to date and further develops trainees’ ability to formulate and intervene with each unique client, with a focus on pluralistic and integrative ways of practicing.  The assessment is a 6000-word clinical case study/process report. [Module Leader]
  • Advanced Counselling Psychology Workshops III – Specialisation & Employability: Focuses on topics of particular interest to the given cohort, to include specialist populations and working contexts.  Helps trainees develop their post-qualification plans and situate themselves for the employment market.  The assessment is a full (academic) CV, a brief CV, and a post-qualification plan.  [Module Leader]

Course Development

  • Elaine made a substantial contribution to the redesign of the DPsych, which received a five-year reaccreditation and revalidation from the British Psychological Society/the Open University in January 2016, with no corrections and four commendations.  The DPsych now consistently receives high module evaluations from trainees and praise from programme external examiners.

Research Supervision

Elaine is a highly experienced research supervisor and has supervised the following doctoral candidates to completion:

  • Cass, S. (2017).  The experience of shame in relationships. (Unpublished DCounsPsy professional doctoral thesis). Regent’s University London (validated by the University of Wales).
  • Zaremba, M. (2017).  A phenomenological investigation into counselling psychology trainees’ experiences of participation in personal development groups.  (Unpublished DCounsPsy professional doctoral thesis).  Regent’s University London (validated by the University of Wales).
  • Forshami, E. (2016).  Sex and sexuality training: The experiences of trainee counselling psychologists.  (Unpublished DCounsPsy professional doctoral thesis).  Regent’s University London (validated by the University of Wales).
  • Lewis, R. (2016).  Managing romantic closeness in autism: An inter-subjective approach.  (Unpublished DPsych professional doctoral thesis).  Regent’s University London (validated by the Open University).
  • Szydlo, T. (2016).  The experience of being a male ‘accompanying partner’: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis.  (Unpublished DPsych professional doctoral thesis).  Regent’s University London (validated by the Open University).
  • Kunstler, S. (2015).  Being a partner in existential migration.  (Unpublished DCounsPsy doctoral thesis).  Regent’s University London (validated by the University of Wales).
  • Niven, N. H. (2015).  An exploration of the lived experience of bilingual therapsits providing therapy in their native language: A phenomenological inquiry. (Unpublished DCounsPsy doctoral thesis).  Regent’s University London (validated by the University of Wales).
  • Vote, B. (2014).  A qualitative analysis of how therapists experience the therapeutic relationship with adults who were adopted as infants.  (Unpublished DPsych professional doctoral thesis). London Metropolitan University.
  • Caruana, J. (2013).  Understanding the relationship between religion and well-being: A mixed methods investigation into religious maturity and psychological well-being.  (Unpublished DPsych doctoral thesis).  London Metropolitan University.
  • Ling, J. M. (2013).  Let’s talk about sex: A critical narrative analysis of heterosexual couples’ accounts of low sexual desire. (Unpublished DPsych professional doctoral thesis).  London Metropolitan University.
  • Murphy, E. L. (2013).  Existential practitioners’ experience of feeling competent in death work: An interpretative phenomenological analysis.  (Unpublished DPsych professional doctoral thesis).  Regent’s University London (validated by the University of Wales).
  • Coventry, S. (2011).  The psychological adjustment of West African men post myocardial infarction: A counselling psychology study using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis.  (Unpublished DPsych professional doctoral thesis).  London Metropolitan University.
  • Boyle, R. C. (2010).  Borderline personality disordered clients’ experience and understanding of therapeutic boundaries: A Q methodological study.  (Unpublished DPsych professional doctoral thesis.)  London Metropolitan University.
  • Svendsen, I. (2008).  An exploratory study of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) as an adjunct therapy: Developing a model of psychological processes.  (Unpublished DPsych professional doctoral thesis.)  London Metropolitan University.

Examining

External Examinations

  • Sandelson, J. (2017).  Crossing the line: Establishing counselling training in hard to reach and marginalised communities.  Metanoia Institute (validated by Middlesex University), Doctorate in Psychotherapy by Public Works.
  • Chauhan, P. (2017 and 2013).  Comparing experiences of counselling through videoconferencing and face-to-face mediums.  Wolverhampton University, Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology.
  • Bhanji, S. (2014 and 2013).  A counselling psychologist’s approach to exploring the personal and professional experiences of mindfulness practice for third wave therapists.  City University, Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology.
  • O’Moore, G. (2014).  Hope and the therapeutic relationship: An “interactive dance”.  City University, Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology.
  • Hall, A. (2011 and 2010).  Examining personal resources of resilience from trainee and chartered counselling psychologist perspectives: Do we have privileged ways of coping?  City University, Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology.
  • Anthony, K. (2010).  Developing counselling and psychotherapy in the age of technology and the internet. Metanoia Institute (validated by Middlesex University), Doctorate in Psychotherapy by Public Works.
  • Braier, J. (2010).  Segmenting parents in family proceedings: A diagnostic manual for parenting assessment.  Metanoia Institute (validated by Middlesex University), Doctorate in Psychotherapy by Professional Studies.
  • North, J. (2010).  How do we transform the lives of young people with extreme behavioural difficulties?  Metanoia Institute (validated by Middlesex University), Doctorate in Psychotherapy by Professional Studies.

Internal Examinations

  • True, K. (2013).  A phenomenological exploration into the notion of spirituality and its application to therapeutic practice.  Regent’s University London(validated by the University of Wales), DCounsPsy in Existential-Phenomenological Counselling Psychology.
  • Wulfing, N. (2013).  Blushing: An embodied phenomenon and its relationship to meaning.  Regent’s University London (validated by the University of Wales), DCounsPsy in Existential-Phenomenological Counselling Psychology.
  • Barlow, C. (2012).  The lived experience of an online adult romantic attachment: A phenomenological study.  Regent’s University London (validated by the University of Wales), DCounsPsy in Existential-Phenomenological Counselling Psychology.
  • Bonnici, P. (2011).  Who am I if not mother?  Separating womanhood from motherhood, the identity of the childfree woman.  Regent’s University London (validated by the University of Wales), DCounsPsy in Existential-Phenomenological Counselling Psychology.
  • Jepson, M. (2010).  How men make meaning of their violence towards their partners: A grounded theory study.  Regent’s University London (validated by the University of Wales), DCounsPsy in Existential-Phenomenological Counselling Psychology.
  • Wilmouth, C. (2010).  What it means to be father: An existential exploration of fatherhood amongst fathers who have had a learning disability.  Regent’s University London (validated by the University of Wales), DCounsPsy in Existential-Phenomenological Counselling Psychology.
  • Ali, A. (2009).  Understanding what goes on behind closed doors: An interpretative phenomenological analysis examining communication and intimacy in South Asian couples.  London Metropolitan University, Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology.
  • Lad, S. (2008.  The association between trauma, offending behaviour, self harm, and substance use with dissociation and absorption in male prisoners.  London Metropolitan University, Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology.

Research Interests

Elaine is a well-known figure in the field of cyberpsychology, particularly at the junction where death, technology and psychology meet. In 2012, she guest-edited the “Death and the Digital Age” special issue of Bereavement Care

She has delivered over 20 conference papers on the subject of bereavement and digital legacy, to include keynotes at national and international conferences such as the 2012 Cruse Bereavement Care Annual Conference, the 2014 Irish Childhood Bereavement Network conference, the 2016 Palliative Care Congress, and the 2017 CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy & Social Networking Conference. 

She spoke to the public as part of the “A Death Online” panel at the 2017 Edinburgh Science Festival.  In addition to her multiple journal articles and book chapters about death and the digital, she has contributed to dozens of news and feature articles on the topic, in publications including Psychology Today, the Irish Times, the Evening Standard, the New Statesman, BBC News online, and the Irish Independent.  

She has appeared as an expert in this area on BBC Breakfast, ITN Channel 4 News, BBC East Midlands TV, DocZone (Canadian Broadcasting Company), and BBC Teeside, and in the programmes i-Shrine and The Digital Human on Radio 4.

Publications

Books

  • Kasket, E. (manuscript in preparation). All the ghosts in the machine: The information age and the redefinition of death.  Literary agent:  Caroline Hardman, Hardman & Swainson, London.
  • Gower, M., & Kasket, E. (manuscript in preparation). Mastering the art of design conversations.
  • Kasket, E. (2017). How to become a counselling psychologist.  Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK:  Routledge Psychology Press. 
  • Douglas, B., Woolfe, R., Strawbridge, S., Kasket, E., & Galbraith, V. (Eds.) (2016). Handbook of counselling psychology (4th). London:  SAGE Publications Ltd. (ISBN: 978-1446276327)

Book Chapters

  • Kasket, E. (manuscript submitted for publication). The cyberpsychology of death, dying and bereavement.  In A. Attrill-Smith, C. Fullwood, D. Kuss., & M. Keep (Eds.), Oxford handbook of cyberpsychology.  Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. 
  • Steffen, E., & Kasket, E. (manuscript submitted for publication). Continuing bonds between the living and the dead in contemporary Western societies: Implications for our understandings of death and the experience of death anxiety. In E.. Menzies, R. G. Menzies, & L.Iverach (Eds.), Curing the dread of death: Theory, research and practice.  Samford Valley, Australia: Australian Academic Press. 
  • Kasket, E. (2017). [Review of the book At the existentialist café, by S. Bakewell.]  Existential Analysis, 28(2), 419-422.
  • Kasket, E. (2017). Facilitation and disruption of continuing bonds in a digital society.  In D. Klass & E. Steffen (Eds.), Continuing bonds: New understandings of grief. New York:    (ISBN: 978-0415356206)
  • Kasket, E. (2017). Living towards death in a technologically mediated existence.  In S. duPlock (Ed.), Case studies in existential therapy: Translating theory into practice.  Monmouth, UK:    (ISBN: 978-1910919286)
  • Kasket, E. (2017). Working with the media.  In C. Feltham, T. Hanley, & L. Winter (Eds.), SAGE handbook of counselling and psychotherapy. London: SAGE Publications Ltd. (ISBN: 978-1473953314)
  • Kasket, E. (2017). Existential counselling psychology.  In D. Murphy (Ed.), Counselling psychology: A textbook for study and practice (pp. 55-71). London:  BPS/Wiley.  (ISBN: 978-1119106869)
  • Henton, I., & Kasket, E. (2017). Research in counselling psychology.  In V. Galbraith (Ed.), Counselling psychology (pp. 183-198). Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK: Routledge Psychology Press.  (ISBN: 978-1138648364)
  • Kasket, E. (2016). Preparing for a job after professional registration.  In R. Bor & M. Watts (Eds.), The trainee handbook (4th) (pp. 387-400).  London:  SAGE Publications Ltd.  (ISBN:  978-1412961844)
  • Kasket, E. (2016). Carrying out research.  In B. Douglas, R. Woolfe, S. Strawbridge, E. Kasket & V. Galbraith (Eds.), The handbook of counselling psychology (4th ed.) (pp. 228-243). London:  SAGE Publications Ltd.  (ISBN: 978-1446276327)
  • Kasket, E. (2016). Researching across the career span.  In B. Douglas, R. Woolfe, S. Strawbridge, E. Kasket & V. Galbraith (Eds.), The handbook of counselling psychology (4th ed.) (pp. 640-655).  London:  SAGE Publications Ltd. (ISBN: 978-1446276327)
  • Kasket, E. (2015). Choosing a research question.  In A. Vossler & N. Moller (Eds.), The trainee research handbook: A guide for counsellors and psychotherapists (pp. 33-46). London:  SAGE Publications Ltd. (ISBN: 978-1446255278)
  • Kasket, E. (2013). The counselling psychologist researcher.  In G. Davey (Ed.), Applied Psychology [Student Companion Site]. Chichester, West Sussex: BPS Blackwell.  Available on: http://bcs.wiley.com/he-bcs/Books?action=mininav&bcsId=6483&itemId=1444331213&assetId=297219&resourceId=29364&newwindow=true

Journal Articles

  • Vote, B. & Kasket, E. (2017). The therapeutic relationship in post-adoption counselling: An interpretative phenomenological analysis.  Counselling Psychology Review, 32(2), 14-29.
  • Ling, J. & Kasket, E. (2016). Let’s talk about sex: A critical narrative analysis of heterosexual couples’ accounts of low sexual desire.  Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 1-19.  doi: 10.1080/14681994.2016.1152357
  • Kasket, E. (2013). Access to the digital self in life and death: Privacy in the context of posthumously persistent Facebook profiles.  SCRIPTed: A Journal of Law, Technology and Society, 10(1). doi:2966/scrip.100113.7
  • Kasket, E. (2013). [Review of the book Dying, dying and grief in an online universe, edited by C. J. Sofka, I. Noppe Cupit & K. Gilbert], Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture, 2(2). Available on: http://jrmdc.com/reviews/dying-death-grief/
  • Kasket, E. (2012). Being-towards-death in the digital age. Existential Analysis, 23(2), 249-261.
  • Kasket, E. (2012). The counselling psychologist researcher. Counselling Psychology Review, 27(2), 64-73.
  • Kasket, E. (2012). Continuing bonds in the age of social networking. Bereavement Care, 31(2), 62-69. doi: 10.1080/02682621.2012.710493
  • Kasket, E. (2012). [Review of the book Dying, dying and grief in an online universe, edited by C. J. Sofka, I. Noppe Cupit & K. Gilbert]. Bereavement Care, 31(3), 140. doi: 10.1080/02682621.2012.740299
  • Kasket, E. & Gil-Rodriguez, E. (2011). The identity crisis in trainee counselling psychology research.  Counselling Psychology Review, 26(4), pp. 20-30.
  • Kasket, E. (2006). Death and the doctor: Part II.  Existential Analysis, 17(2), 385-396.
  • Kasket, E. (2006). Death and the doctor.  Existential Analysis, 17(1), 137-150.
  • Kasket, E. (2003). Online counselling: Some considerations for existential-phenomenological practitioners.  Existential Analysis, 14(1), 60-74.
  • Kasket, E. (2012).   Bereavement Care, 31(2), p. 39.  doi: 10.1080/02682621.2012.710488

Other Outputs

Conference Papers Given

Keynote addresses and invited talks

  • Ghosts in the machine: How our online existence changes how we live, die, mourn and remember. Invited keynote at the 22nd Annual CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy & Social Networking Conference (CYPSY22), University of Wolverhampton, UK, June 2017
  • Bereavement support in the digital age: Facing the challenge. Child Bereavement UK, BPSON Networking Conference, Coventry, UK, June 2016
  • Digital/online interactive session. Invited session at the National Council for Palliative Care Big Conversation event, Leeds, UK, March 2016
  • Death, dying and grief in the online universe. Invited talk at the 11th Palliative Care Congress, Glasgow, UK, March 2016
  • Bereavement in a digital era.  Invited talk at the National Bereavement Conference for the Bereavement Services Association (BSA), Reebok Stadium, Bolton, UK, September 2015
  • Life, death and Facebook:  What bereavement practitioners need to know.  Invited talk presented at the Bereaved Parents Support Organisations Network (BPSON) regional event, Derby, UK, June 2015
  • Supporting bereaved children in the digital age. Invited talk presented at the Irish Childhood Bereavement Network conference, Dublin, Ireland, October 2014
  • Death and social media: What every psychologist should know. Invited talk presented at the Psychological Society of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland, October 2014
  • Living, connecting, and grieving on Facebook:  Working with bereaved young people in an online world. Invited keynote presented at Childhood Bereavement Network conference, London, May 2013
  • Continuing bonds in the virtual world. Invited keynote presentation at the Cruse Bereavement Care Annual Conference, Leicester, July 2012
  • Counselling psychology research in training and beyond. Invited talk presented at a Division of Counselling Psychology Trainee Event, British Psychological Society Offices, London, November 2011

Papers presented

  • Privacy regulation and ‘big data’: Psychological, relational and professional challenges. Paper presented at the Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference, Brighton, UK, July 2016
  • Posthumous privacy regulation in the digital age. Individual paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Computers, Privacy and Data Protection, Brussels, January 2014
  • Grief on social networking sites and implications for bereavement counselling. Individual paper presented at the 11th International Conference of the Social Context of Death, Dying and Disposal, Milton Keynes, September 2013
  • Grief on social networking sites and implications for bereavement counselling. Individual paper presented at the Division of Counselling Psychology conference, Cardiff, Wales, July 2013
  • Regulation of the digital self in life and death: Privacy in the context of posthumously persistent Facebook profiles. Paper presented at the Amsterdam Privacy Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, October 2012
  • Counselling psychology in the digital age. Paper presented at the BPS Division of Counselling Psychology conference, Leicester, July 2012
  • The role of technology after the end of life. Paper presented at the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Austin, Texas, USA, May 2012
  • Being-towards-death in the digital age. Paper presented at the Society for Existential Analysis Annual Conference, The Permeation of Technology in Everyday Life, The Wellcome Collection, London, November 2011
  • Continuing bonds in the age of social networking. Paper presented at the 10th International Conference of the Social Context of Death, Dying and Disposal, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, September 2011
  • The identity crisis in trainee counselling psychology research, and what to do about it. Paper presented at the BPS Division of Counselling Psychology conference, Bristol, July 2011 (with Elena Gil-Rodriguez)
  • Motivations and (mis)perceptions in applicants seeking training in counselling psychology. Paper presented at the BPS Division of Counselling Psychology conference, Bristol, July 2011
  • Continuing bonds and spiritualistic beliefs in the age of social networking: Facebook as a modern-day medium.  Paper presented at the Death and Dying in the Digital Age conference, Centre for Death and Society, University of Bath, Une 2011
  • The Facebook of death: Posthumous communication on a social networking site. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on the Social Context of Death, Dying and Disposal, Centre for Death and Life Studies, University of Durham, September 2009
  • Death and the doctor. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on the Social Context of Death, Dying and Disposal, Centre for Death and Society, University of Bath, September 2007
  • Death and the doctor: The physician’s existential dilemma. Paper presented at the Society for Existential Analysis Forum, Tavistock Centre, London, February 2007
  • The experience of the online counselling psychologist. Paper presented at the Division of Counselling Psychology annual conference, Stratford-upon-Avon, May 2003

Conference Workshops

  • So you want to be a (good) examiner: How to evaluate a CoP doctoral candidate. Workshop presented at the Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK, July 2017 (with Russel Ayling and Anna Butcher)
  • Maybe you’re NOT your own worst critic: Dealing with challenge at viva. Workshop presented at the Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK, July 2017
  • Bereavement support in the digital age: Facing the challenge. Invited training at Cruse South Warwickshire, Leamington Spa, UK, June 2017
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Formulation and intervention. Workshop delivered at the British Psychological Society Offices, London, UK, November 2016
  • Tiny texts and speed vivas: Tools for positioning and arguing the contribution of your research. Workshop delivered at the 2016 Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference, Brighton, UK, July 2016
  • Death in the digital age: What practitioners need to know. Invited workshop at St. Joseph’s Hospice, Hackney, London, July 2016
  • Linking formulation to intervention in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).  Workshop delivered at the 2015 Division of Counselling Psychology conference, Harrogate, UK, July 2015
  • The nature of counselling psychology research. Workshop facilitated at the Division of Counselling Psychology conference, Cardiff, Wales, July 2013 (with Pam James)

Last updated: 08 December 2017