Published in TA Journal: Humanistic and Integrative Therapies for Anxiety and Depression

Biljana van Rijn, Ciara Wild (2013) Humanistic and Integrative Therapies for Anxiety and Depression: Practice-Based Evaluation of Transactional Analysis, Gestalt, and Integrative Psychotherapies and Person-Centered Counseling Abstract The research described in this article involved a naturalistic, nonrandomized evaluation of transactional analysis and gestalt psychotherapies, integrative counseling psychology, and person-centered counseling within a medium-term, community-based service.Continue reading “Published in TA Journal: Humanistic and Integrative Therapies for Anxiety and Depression”

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 Clinic Approach to the Evaluation of Integrative and Humanistic Psychotherapies

An article by Biljana van Rijn & Ciara Wild, published in The British Journal of Psychotherapy integration. Volume 7, Issue 2 (2010) The co-editors of this issue write in the editorial that Biljana [van Rijn !] and Ciara Wild provide an example of setting up a research clinic to gather practice-based evidence on theContinue reading “Research Clinic Approach to the Evaluation of Integrative and Humanistic Psychotherapies”

Article about the research clinic at Metanoia

I’ve published an article in Therapy Today (July 2010, Vol.21/Issue6) about the research clinic at Metanoia. The article is part of the BACP research section in the journal and gives concise background information about the set up of the clinic,  its research aims and outcomes at this stage. Research clinic at Metanoia The Metanoia InstituteContinue reading “Article about the research clinic at Metanoia”