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Case Studies in Relational Research

Qualitative research methods in counselling and psychotherapy

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15 June 2007

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Carrying out research is becoming increasingly important in counselling and psychotherapy. In a unique approach to relational research, Del Loewenthal offers students and practitioners the opportunity to develop their...

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Carrying out research is becoming increasingly important in counselling and psychotherapy. In a unique approach to relational research, Del Loewenthal offers students and practitioners the opportunity to develop their research skills through real situations.

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Covers major methods in qualitative research in similar format, thus allowing for easy comparison
Case study approach allows students to see real life research from concept to conclusion, and the problems that occur on the way
Meets new training requirements for UKCP and growing demand for practicebased research

Introducing Relational Research; D.Loewenthal
A Case of Narrative Research: Exploring the Experience of Palliative Care Nurses Trained in Psychotherapy; L.Bryan & D.Loewenthal
A Case of Discourse Analysis: Researching a Client's Experience of Preconceptions of Therapy; M.Taylor & D.Loewenthal
A Case of Heuristic Research: Is counselling/psychotherapy helpful to midwives in relation to breaking bad news to pregnant women?; A.Roland-Price & D.Loewenthal
A Case of Case Study Method: The possibility of psychotherapy with a person diagnised with dementia; D.Greenwood & D.Loewenthal
A Case of 'Empirical Phenomenological Research' (Colaizzi versus Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis): What the Experience of Counselling and/or Psychotherapy is When the Individual who is the Client/Patient Understands Themselves to be Subject to a Specific Learning Difficulty; R.Thomas & D.Loewenthal
A Case of 'Empirical Phenomenology Research (Giorgi):'What do qualitative and quantitative evaluation tools show us about the process and outcome of existential/analytic counselling/psychotherapy in an oncology setting?'; E.Heywood & D.Loewenthal
A Case of Action Research: Evaluating a Youth Counselling Service; V.Todd & D.Loewenthal
A Case of Grounded Theory Research: Whether There is a Need for Counselling Expectant Fathers and New Fathers; A Case of the Unknown: Some implications for Relational Research; J.Cayne & D.Loewenthal
Relational Research, Ideology and the Evolution of Intersubjectivity in a Post Existential Culture; D.Loewenthal.

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DEL LOEWENTHAL is Professor of Psychotherapy and Counselling and Director of the Centre for Therapeutic Education, in the School of Human and Life Sciences at Roehampton University, UK. He is also Visiting Professor in the School of Arts at the University of Surrey.

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DEL LOEWENTHAL is Professor of Psychotherapy and Counselling and Director of the Centre for Therapeutic Education, in the School of Human and Life Sciences at Roehampton University, UK. He is also Visiting Professor in the School of Arts at the University of Surrey.

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