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One year follow-up of a randomized trial with a dilemma-focused intervention for depression: Exploring an alternative to problem-oriented strategies
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is aimed to counteract cognitions and behaviours that are considered as dysfunctional. The aim of the study is to test whether the inclusion of a non-counteractive approach (dilemma-focused ...
The Experience of being a Qualified Female BME Clinical Psychologist in a National Health Service: An Interpretative Phenomenological and Repertory Grid Analysis
This study explores the lived experience of black and minority ethnic (BME) clinical psychologists employed in the U.K. National Health Service (NHS). A mixed method qualitative approach was employed using repertory grids ...
Personal Construct Therapy
An investigation of the effectiveness of a voluntary sector psychodynamic counselling service
Clients attending a London voluntary sector counselling centre completed assessments pre- and post-psychodynamic counselling and at follow-up. Although there was a very high attrition rate following initial assessment, ...
Personal styles and universal polarities : Implications for therapeutic practice
This paper summarises the findings of a programme of research which was initiated in a setting where a therapeutic community unit was introduced, and struggled to survive, in a psychiatric hospital. The research allowed ...