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Special section: Grounded theory in qualitative research
Editorial for special section: Grounded theory in qualitative research
Doreen Fleet, Andrew Reeves, Paul Taylor, Lynne Gabriel
Adapting Strauss and Corbin's grounded theory in clinical case study research in the field of counselling
Doreen Fleet, Andrew Reeves
A grounded theory of improvisation in therapy: Lessons from decoloniality
Living (dys)regulated and alienated young masculinity—Young men's embodied experiences of mental disorders and suicidality
Anna Åhlander, Maria Strömbäck, Jonas Sandlund, Maria Wiklund
Evolution and process of spiritual awakening: A grounded theory study Rakesh K. Maurya, Brittn Grey, Jordan Clarfield
“Being human”: A grounded theory approach to exploring how trainers on clinical psychology doctorate programmes decide whether or not to disclose personal experiences of psychological distress to clinical psychology doctorate trainees
Imogen Rushworth, Paul Fisher
Ten principles of counselling: Grounded theory in a mixed methods research project
Dirk Rohr, Josephine Becker-Neu
Complexity science: A framework for psychotherapy integration
Günter Schiepek, David Pincus
Enhancing mental health and well-being outcomes for psychotherapy and counselling through idiographic analysis: A four-quadrant approach
Jenna Jacob, John P. Rae, Beatrice Allegranti, Charlie Duncan, Mick Cooper
A scoping review of deliberate practice in the acquisition of therapeutic skills and practices
Addressing social determinants of mental health in therapy: A thematic synthesis
“We are better and happier if we are inclusive.” Therapist perspectives on the importance of LGB cultural competence in a mental health setting
Joshua Bishop, Dimity Crisp, Brett Scholz
“In my own comfort zone”: Clients' experiences of relational aspects of online therapy for alcohol problems
“It's wrong to relax, you have to be on the go, go, go, all the time”: Emotional transformation in a case of emotion-focused therapy for generalised anxiety disorder
Daragh Keogh, Ladislav Timulak
“Sharing in people's pain is not an easy thing to do”: Cognitive Behavioural Therapists' understandings of compassion in the workplace
Laurien E. Broadley, Amy E. Burton, Dipti K. Mistry
“The Parallel Dialogue”: Parental experience of their role in the relationship with their child's counsellor/psychotherapist
Self-compassion, coping strategies and gender differences in psychology, counselling and psychotherapy practitioners during COVID-19: Lessons learnt
Jessica Keyes, Ala Yankouskaya, Constantina Panourgia
A change in frame and countertransference experiences: Transitioning from face-to-face to telepsychotherapy
Georgia Braude, Simone Mohi, Elly Quinlan, Anthony Shoullis, James Collison
A practice-based exploration of therapeutic change in a charitable, community-based person-centred counselling service using routine outcome measures of anxiety and depression. I: Statistical and clinically significant change
Jennifer Young, Mark Widdowson, David Tate
A qualitative study of the therapists' experiences of working with community reinforcement and family training
Rikke Hellum, Randi Bilberg, Anette Søgaard Nielsen
A test of psychotherapists' and nontherapists' recognition of correct and incorrect process in managing client resistance
Max B. Cooper, Alyssa A. Di Bartolomeo, Henny A. Westra, David A. Olson, Tali Boritz
Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) for people with dementia experiencing psychological distress: A hermeneutic single-case efficacy design (HSCED) series
Amie Robinson, Danielle De Boos, Nima Moghaddam
Assessment PLUS: A guided self-help pilot within the psychological therapies teams
Tania Casella, Rachel Carrapico, Rachel Whyte, Rachel Hanson, Boyana Stefanova, Danielle Campbell, Fidan Fraser, Kellyann Currie, Mhairi Williams, Phil Quinn
Ayahuasca in Western society and the metacognitive counselling approach
Atsuko Kawakami, Masako Suzuki
Being a mother with anorexia: A phenomenological study of seeking and receiving professional support for white heterosexual women in the UK
Marie-Claire Fitzpatrick, Victoria Clarke, Christine Ramsey-Wade, Naomi Moller
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