A phenomenological exploration of the impact of a traumatic incident (death of a child) on Social Services Staff
Anne Gilbert holds a Masters degree in Gestalt Psychotherapy and runs a private practice. She is also a qualified Social Worker and is employed as a Counsellor in a large Social Services department. She has a special interest in the impact of trauma on people’s lives.
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Joanna Hewitt Taylor, Stella Poole, Rosalind Rodway & Rob Tyson
Parallel Process in Supervision: A qualitative investigation
Joanna Hewitt-Taylor is Course Leader for the UKCP accredited Diploma in Gestalt Psychotherapy run at the Scarborough Psychotherapy Training Institute, where she is an Associate Teaching Member and a member of the Board of Directors. Jo has Masters Degrees in Gestalt Psychotherapy and in Social Work and runs as a private practice in psychotherapy and supervision based in Leicester and Scarborough and has recently published two research articles. Jo has also been a trainer for Leicestershire Area Child Protection Committee and taught on the MA Social Work course at the University of Leicester. Jo works part time for fsu Leicester and is particularly interested in transcultural work.
Rosalind Rodway is an MBACP (Accred) practitioner and has worked as a counsellor in Primary Care for 10 years. She has been in private practice for 15 years, working as an Integrative therapist. She is a qualified Supervisor.
Stella Poole was born in Ireland but has spent most of her adult life in the UK. She qualified as a counsellor eight years ago and works an integrative counsellor for a local charity. She also has her own busy private practice in Peterborough, and recently qualified as a Supervisor.
Rob Tyson is a registered nurse for people with mental health problems, a UKCP registered Gestalt Therapist and a Supervisor of counsellors, counselling psychologists and psychotherapists. He works in the NHS and has a private practice in the north east of England he is a qualified Supervisor and is an Associate Teaching Member of the Scarborough Psychotherapy Training Institute.
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Before and after: A Phenomenological Exploration of the Impact of a Four-Year Training in Gestalt Therapy
Gro Skottun (MSc) is Norwegian, trained as a social worker and gestalt psychotherapist. She is the cofounder (1986) and co leader of Norsk Gestaltinstitutt (NGI) where she also is a trainer and supervisor. She is the cofounder and co editor of Norsk Gestalttidsskrift. She has written several articles about different aspects of gestalt therapy. She also practices as a therapist where she works with individuals, couples and groups.
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An experiential approach to teaching qualitative research
Ken Evans is Director of Training at the Scarborough Psychotherapy Training Institute. Ken has been the primary author of four separate Masters programmes in psychotherapy and co-author of a doctoral programme in Humanistic and Integrative psychotherapy. His interests span a range of psychotherapies and he is currently President of the European Association for Gestalt Therapy and Registrar for the European Association for Integrative Psychotherapy. He is a past President of the European Association for Integrative Psychotherapy and also the European Association for Psychotherapy.
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What Are the Experiences Of Team Leaders Whose Manager Adopts a Dialogic I-Thou Attitude In Relating With Them?
Geoff Thompson is the Director of Interhuman Limited and an Associate of the European Association for Gestalt Leadership and Organisational Development. He works in organisations and as a Gestalt therapist in private practice.
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