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- 6th Conference 2012
6th Annual Keele Counselling Psychology Conference 23rd to 25th March 2012
Theme: The Forbidden in Counselling and Psychotherapy
This year the conference theme produced a wide array of papers and workshops around the ‘forbidden’ topics in counselling and psychotherapy. The conference was well attended and was an excellent forum for debate, discussion and exploration around what we consider to be on the margins or forbidden within counselling/psychotherapy research, practice and theory.
Please follow the links below to access copies of some of the keynote papers, presentations and workshops given at the conference this year (PDF format).
- Dr. John Rowan. Primal and Transpersonal: The two forbidden areas
- Dr. Maggie Robson. The Forbidden in Counselling and Psychotherapy:...but what about the tingle?!!!!
- Professor Tim Bond. Professional ethics: Building trust in counselling practice and research
- Suzanne Keys. Taboos around love in counselling
- Dominic Davies. Fun Times and Awkward Moments
- Dr Sue Pattinson. Forbidden or excluded? Communicating with children and young people at the Margins
- Jeannette Roddy. Domestic Violence Counselling: issues of trust and relationship
- Dr. Maggie Robson. Counselling in Schools in Wales: helping young children to explore the forbidden
- Rachel O’Hara. Understanding and Preventing Adverse Effects of Psychological Therapies (AdEPT): current status and future directions
- Kathleen Vandenberghe. ‘When cancer patients invite us to trespass into their experience of life’s temporality and fragility, can we muster up the courage?
- Lois de Cruz. Unseen and Unheard: women’s experience of miscarriage many years after the event
- Sarah Watson. “And His Name will be called Wonderful Counsellor” : an interpretive phenomenological analysis of Christians who experience loss and bereavement
- Maria Andreou-Antoniou. A journey towards the future with a glimpse to the past. A desirable change, what contributed to that and how have I changed as a person
- Roger Calvert. The effects of learning difficulties on a family.
- Heather Dale. ‘My Mother Said I Never Should’: An exploration of confidentiality in the digital age
- Helen Coles and Ros Sewell. Forbidden Territory? Competence Based Person Centred / Emotion Focused Therapy