Understanding Black Issues in the Therapeutic Process
Isha McKenzie-Mavinga BSc, MA, is a psychotherapist, writer and poet. She has published ‘Creative Writing in a Black Woman’s Group’ in Dupont Joshua A, (ed) Working Inter-Culturally in Counseling Settings (Brunner-Routledge) and ‘Linking Social History and the Therapeutic Process in Research and Practice on Black Issues’, CPR June 2003.
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Integration in Practice. How do they do it?
Ann is a UKCP registered Integrative Psychotherapist and currently works as a psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor in Brussels. She is studying for a PhD at Manchester University where her interest is in therapists’ experience of integrating spirituality into clinical practice.
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An Introduction to the Ethics of Gestalt Research with Informants
Ashild Kruger holds a Masters Degree in both Gestalt Psychotherapy and in Special Education. Her full time practice as a Gestalt Therapist and Supervisor is situated in Oslo, Norway. She is a member of staff of Norsk Gestaltinstitutt (NGI) both as a teacher and as a co-editor of the Norwegian Gestalt Journal.
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A Study to Explore the Emergence of Shadow Phenomena in Integrative Psychotherapy Training Institutes
Kate is a UKCP registered Integrative Psychotherapist who has also completed a full training in Gestalt Psychotherapy. She has a Masters degree in Integrative Psychotherapy and recently successfully completed a clinical doctorate with the University of Derby. She has spent many years working to progress the profession of counseling and psychotherapy in the North East of England and has held several offices in professional associations.
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Rita Westwood, Juliet Harris, Paul West & Lynne Walker
A Phenomenological Exploration of the Loss of a Parent in Childhood
Rita Westwood: Rita is working toward registration with the UKCP as an Integrative Psychotherapist. Her background is in social care working within a children and families service. She has a personal and professional interest in bereavement and trauma and is a member of a regional Major Incident Response Team. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Juliet Harris: Juliet is in her final year of study for registration with the UKCP as an Integrative Psychotherapist. She is Service Manager for the Scarborough & District Mediation Service and The Meeting Place, a child and family contact centre. She is a member of the regional Domestic Abuse Forum and is also a member of a group psychotherapy practice in Hull, UK. Contact: via email@example.com
Paul West, BSc (Hon) Psychology, Diploma Applied Social Sciences. Paul is working towards registration as an Integrative Psychotherapist with UKCP and is a student at the Scarborough Psychotherapy Training Institute. He has a private practice in Weardale in the North East England. He has almost 20 years military experience, with a special interest in the family dynamics of Service separation due to military conflict. In 2008 Paul hopes to progress his training by enrolling on a proposed European wide doctoral programme. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lynne is currently in the final year of training in Integrative Psychotherapy at the Scarborough Psychotherapy Training Institute. She is a BACP accredited counsellor and has worked for the Humber Mental Health Trust in primary care counselling and PTSD, for the past 5 years. She also has a private therapy practice and supervises counsellors in training. She is particularly interested in early childhood trauma and loss and posttraumatic stress disorder. Contact: email@example.com
Relational Centred Research: A Work in Progress
Ken Evans FRSA is the Director of Training, Scarborough Psychotherapy Training Institute and Co-Senior Editor of the European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy.
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