What`s in Issue 3

Masa Zvelc

Working with Mistakes in Psychotherapy – A Relational Model

Masa Zvelc is certified integrative psychotherapist (EAIP) and Master of Science of clinical psychology. She has Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy awarded by Scarborough Psychotherapy Training Institute. She is co director of Institute of Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling, Ljubljana (Slovenia), where she has private psychotherapy practice and leads the training in integrative psychotherapy. She also teaches at the Faculty of psychotherapy and Faculty of Education in Ljubljana. She is interested in research of psychotherapy process; which elements in psychotherapy contribute to change.  She is co-author of Picture Test of Separation- Individuation, instrument for measuring separation and individuation process in adolescence and adulthood.

Ann Scott

The Effect of Doing Qualitative Research on Novice Researchers

Ann is UKCP registered and holds a MA Integrative Psychotherapy
She works currently as a psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor in Brussels and is studying for a PhD at Manchester University.

For contact regarding this article or related issues: as@counselling-therapy.eu Tel/Fax: 0032 23973140

Anne Thériault and Nicola Gazzola

Feelings of Incompetence among Experienced Clinicians: A Substantive Theory

For contact regarding this article or related issues: Anne Thériault, Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5. E-mail: Anne.Theriault@uottawa.ca.

Joan Fletcher

Epiphany Storytelling as a Means of Reinforcing and Embedding Transformational Therapeutic Change

Joan Fletcher is a lecturer in social work at Goldsmiths, University of London. Alongside the twenty years she has spent training social workers, Joan has maintained close links with practice by training and working as a psychotherapist and consultant, specialising in the areas of; “working with difference and diversity”, internalised oppression; conflict management and group work with survivors of sexual abuse. Her current research relates to relationship based social work, service users’ experiences of change moments in therapeutic encounters, and a Department of Health funded study into diversity and progression on social work courses.

Robert Cvetek, Mateja Cvetek & Christian Gostecnik

Action research in the light of integrative practice of marital and family therapists and some other research problems

Robert Cvetek, PhD, is a researcher and specialist in marital and family therapy. He is currently the Secretary General of Slovenian Psychological Association (SPA).
E-mail: robert.cvetek@guest.arnes.si

Mateja Cvetek, PhD Candidate, is a specialist in marital and family therapy and Vice – President of Slovenian Psychological Association (SPA).
E-mail: mateja.cvetek@siol.net

Christian Gostecnik, PhD. Frančiškanski družinski inštitut, professional director, marital and family therapist.
E-mail: christian.gostecnik@guest.arnes.si