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The impact of clinical supervision on counsellors and therapists, their practice and their clients: a systematic review of the literature
In 2005 the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) commissioned a systematic review of the research evidence related to the impact of supervision on counsellors andExpand
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Randomised controlled trial of school-based humanistic counselling for emotional distress in young people: Feasibility study and preliminary indications of efficacy
AimsThe purpose of this study was to test the feasibility of a randomised controlled trial comparing six weeks of humanistic school-based counselling versus waiting list in the reduction of emotionalExpand
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How do secondary school counsellors work with other professionals
Abstract Aim: This study explores how secondary school counsellors work with other professionals within and outside schools in the delivery of services. Method: Sixteen school counsellors from acrossExpand
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Play and Learning Outdoors: Engaging with the Natural World Using Forest School in the UK
Natural play occurs when children explore and enjoy the natural environment through their freely chosen play (Natural England 2014. Natural England: Childhood and nature: A survey on changingExpand
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School counselling in Wales: Recommendations for good practice
Aims: This paper presents the context, methodologies and findings of a research project commissioned by the Welsh Assembly Government to evaluate school counselling and services available to childrenExpand
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Education for patients with Parkinsons disease
A 3-year study, referred to as the Community Parkinson’s Disease Nurse Specialist Project (CPDNSP) 1997 is currently evaluating the effectiveness of Parkinson’s Disease Nurse Specialists (PDNSs) inExpand
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Building a body of knowledge?
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The development of a randomised controlled trial to assess the efficacy of counselling in schools
Mental health problems in young people are increasing, with one in ten in the UK now experiencing a diagnosable mental health problem. A growing body of evidence suggests that school-basedExpand
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