2015 National Research Success
BACP National Research Conference 2015
WINNERS of the CPCAB in conjunction with the BACP 'Commended National Research Award'
Providing a reflective understanding of how issues of ethnicity and racism are both experienced and addressed in counselling training.
We are delighted to announce the success of the students studying on our BACP Accredited L5 HPD in Counselling; all four Research Sub-Groups of students were accepted to present their Research Papers at the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) National Research Conference 2015.
The student group pictured above have been invited by the CPCAB to record their Research Findings in an open discussion on The Counselling Channel this October (2015).
This is the 10th year our HPD student sub-groups have been selected to present their research at this important professional conference and we congratulate our HPD Class 2015 on their high achievements.
Our other successful students and their research:
Counsellors’ experiences of working with young people who self-harm and how this can inform counselling practice.
Therapists’ experience of young people with Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD); and the implications for counselling practice.
Does the experience of counsellors suggest there are links between Hypersexual Behaviour and Narcissistic Personality Disorder; if so, what are the possible implications for practice?