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Beyond grounded theory: The use of a heuristic approach to qualitative research
The grounded theory approach has become established as the qualitative methodology of choice for many counselling and psychotherapy researchers. It is now becoming apparent to many researchers thatExpand
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Spirituality, quality of life and the dialysis patient.
standardized questionnaires, which permit the rapid screening of large cohorts of patients. These questionnaires explore various domains, such as those delineated by the SF-36, Beck DepressionExpand
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Issues relating to the use of forgiveness in counselling and psychotherapy
This paper explores forgiveness, which is a key component of spiritual pastoral care. Encouraging forgiveness is also one of the spiritual interventions most frequently used by psychotherapists.Expand
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Psychotherapy and spirituality : crossing the line between therapy and religion
Introduction An Overview Therapy and Spirituality Some Issues in Therapy Today Spirituality in Britain Today The Spiritual Space and Spiritual Unfolding Meeting the Challenge Necessary KnowledgeExpand
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Exploring Therapy, Spirituality and Healing
What place does spiritual need and healing have in the counselling room? Denying the spiritual dimension of personal distress can be potentially hurtful to clients, but the issue of spirituality isExpand
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Developing practice in a context of religious faith: A study of psychotherapists who are Quakers
Abstract Nineteen Quakers who are also counsellors or psychotherapists were interviewed in a qualitative pkenomenological study about the impact, if any, of their spiritual beliefs on their work. TheExpand
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Spiritual Issues in Therapy: Relating Experience to Practice
Introduction The Context Psychotherapist as Shaman The Personal Encounter With Spirituality Making Sense of the Territory The Client's Story Relevant Issues Researching Spirituality and Therapy SoulExpand
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Organizing for innovation: towards successful translational research.
The current productivity crisis in drug discovery has prompted the pharmaceutical industry to decentralize R&D, which is now more responsive, more flexible and better connected to research inExpand
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Some ethical dilemmas in counselling and counselling research
This paper raises a number of dilemmas in relation to the ethical practice of counselling, counsellor training and research and evaluation of counselling which reflect the author's increasingExpand
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Integrating counselling, psychotherapy and healing: An inquiry into counsellors and psychotherapists whose work includes healing
Abstract A qualitative study of 30 counsellors or psychotherapists whose work also includes healing was conducted using semi-structured interviews. Seven of the participants then joined theExpand
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