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BACP Research Conference 2017  

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23rd Annual BACP Research Conference

  

'Research and reflective practice for the counselling professions'

  

19 and 20 May 2017

  

Co-hosted by the University of Chester

  

Call for abstracts - now OPEN!

Pre-conference workshop, 6.00 p.m. - 7.30 p.m. Thursday 18 May 2017

If you would like to submit a proposal to deliver the pre-conference workshop please contact research@bacp.co.uk

  

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Submission guidelines for the 2017 research conference submission are now available.

Don't forget to view tips for presenters, posters and workshops to help with your preconference preparation and to know what to expect.

Please view the 2017 research conference terms and conditions before submission - by submitting to the research conference you are agreeing with these terms and conditions.   

  

Keynote presenters                                                         

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Are we measuring what matters in counselling and psychotherapy research?

Professor Stephen Joseph

Over the past twenty years Stephen has pioneered developments in well-being, posttraumatic growth, and authenticity. In this talk he will discuss the added value of these developments and their implication for the counselling and psychotherapy research agenda.

Stephen is a Professor in the School of Education at the University of Nottingham where he is convenor of the counselling and psychotherapy cluster.  He is a BACP registered counsellor, HCPC registered counselling psychologist, and a senior practitioner member of the British Psychological Society's register of psychologists specialising in psychotherapy. Originally he received his PhD from London's Institute of Psychiatry for his pioneering research into the psychology of traumatic stress. For the past twenty years he has been concerned with the promotion of human flourishing, and well-being and its evaluation, publishing numerous articles and chapters on these topics. His latest book is entitled 'Authentic: How to be yourself and why it matters.' 

 
   
       
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