Publication in British Journal of Guidance & Counselling

BRITISH JOURNAL OF GUIDANCE & COUNSELLING Published by Routledge Avatar-based counselling for psychological distress in secondary school pupils: pilot evaluation Mick Cooper, Biljana van Rijn and Evi Chryssafidou Abstract: This study is a pilot evaluation of a new avatar-based therapeutic tool, ProReal, with psychologically distressed young people within a school setting. In total, 54Continue reading “Publication in British Journal of Guidance & Counselling”

SPR Conference 2017 in Oxford

Society for Psychotherapy Research UK & European Chapters 4th joint conference 20 – 22 September 2017 Examination Schools, Oxford “Psychotherapy practice and research: Finding the common ground” I am taking part in a structured discussion ‘The SPRISTAD Study of Psychotherapist Development in Training – Experiences and challenges of data collection in different countries and itsContinue reading “SPR Conference 2017 in Oxford”

Presentation at the 19th BACP Research Conference, May 2013

19th Annual BACP Research Conference, 10 & 11 May 2013; Conference title ‘Synergy in counselling & psychotherapy research’ Presenter: Dr Biljana van Rijn and other author: Ciara Wild ABSTRACT: Research Clinic: Routine Outcome Evaluation of Humanistic and Integrative Therapy Keywords (give 5): research clinic, Humanistic and Integrative psychotherapy/counselling; routine outcome evaluation Aim/Purpose: The research wasContinue reading “Presentation at the 19th BACP Research Conference, May 2013”

2nd EATA TA Research Conference

Details about this conference can be found at: Upcomming conferences: Paper presentation: Research Clinic, Development, Outcomes and Challenges Description The paper will present a year (2010-2011) in the research clinic at Metanoia Institute. This was a naturalistic evaluative study using quantitative, standardised methods of evaluation within a low cost training clinic. Outcomes ofContinue reading “2nd EATA TA Research Conference”

Research and relational psychotherapy

At the Bilbao conference 2011 a new book about Relational Transactional Analysis was presented by the editors Heather Fowlie and Charlotte Sills. My contribution Research and relational psychotherapy forms a chapter in part III : The implications for professional practice. Excerpt from Introduction and basic principles: “Research is not often associated with relational psychotherapy. the gapContinue reading “Research and relational psychotherapy”