Welcome to the BACP Research online poster exhibition. For more than 25 years the BACP annual research conference has supported researchers at all levels in disseminating their work. Alongside this year’s online event we want to give a flavour of the conference experience in terms of variety of research and types of presentation.
Poster presentations are an important aspect of our annual research conference and are often a researcher’s first experience of sharing their work at an event. Poster presentations can be a showcase for student work, though also include research undertaken at different levels of experience. All the content in this exhibition has been peer-reviewed for the BACP Research Conference 2020, where submissions need to demonstrate quality and relevance to practice.
Please click on the links below to browse through the posters as there are a wide range of topics included.
A journey through bereavement by suicide – a pilot intuitive inquiry
Poster presentation by Letitia Ash-Lameer
The role of presence when working with children and young people demonstrating harmful sexual behaviour
Poster presentation by Dr Melody Cranbourne-Rosser
In the client’s experience, is the person-centred approach effective in helping them process their diagnosed/self-diagnosed anxiety disorders/issues?
Poster presentation by Laura Davis, Caroline Dekkers, Laura Hemmings and Nurun Nessa
In the experience of clients who identify as addicts with shame-based experiences, how might counselling help with their recovery?
Poster presentation by Fiona Desai, Ros Moseley, Fawzia Sneed and Primrose Barrett
An exploration of emotional wellbeing in parent carers
Poster presentation by Joanna Griffin
A narrative exploration into counsellors' experiences of the influence of a fundamentalist religious upbringing on mental health and wellbeing in adulthood
Poster presentation by Gill Harvey
Understanding shame from the perspective of a therapist
Poster presentation by David Gwynant Hughes
Where can they go? A scoping review of counselling services for refugees and asylum seekers who have experienced sexual violence
Poster presentation by Tracey Leung
In clients’ experiences how effective is counselling in helping those who have been affected by a loved one’s narcissistic behaviour?
Poster presentation by Robelle Mercado, Dorothy Dixon, Jacqueline Mason, Alice Hagan-Brown and Coral Taylor
Mapping the self: How does walk and talk therapy support self-exploration?
Poster presentation by Sally Morrison
Mindful Eating – Conscious Living™: An acceptability study
Poster presentation by Christine Ramsey-Wade, Dr Emma Halliwell, Dr Heidi Williamson and Dr Melissa Atkinson
Ethnicity and culture: maximising trainee counsellor learning
Poster presentation by Ami Sohi
A study exploring the impact of continuing professional development (CPD) activity on the practice of higher education (HE) based therapists
Poster presentation by Afra Turner
In the experience of clients who have body image issues, how has/do their encounters with social media impact on them?
Poster presentation by Hannah Windows, Stacey Permaul, Benise Cole, Jenny Stubbs and Helen Ard