All Stories

  1. Student therapists' experiences of learning using a machine client: A proof‐of‐concept exploration of an emotionally responsive interactive client (ERIC)
  2. Current ethical dilemmas experienced by therapists who use social media: A systematic review
  3. Therapists’ attitudes towards the use of AI in therapeutic practice: considering the therapeutic alliance
  4. Where “culture wars” and therapy meet: Exploring the intersection between political issues and therapeutic practice
  5. The use of goal‐based outcome measures in digital therapy with adults: What goals are set, and are they achieved?
  6. The design and development of an experience measure for a peer community moderated forum in a digital mental health service
  7. Therapist + Social Media = Mental health influencer? Considering the research focusing upon key ethical issues around the use of social media by therapists
  8. An exploration in to how young-people from ethnic-minority backgrounds interact with online counselling
  9. “Will My Young Adult Years be Spent Socially Distancing?”: A Qualitative Exploration of Adolescents’ Experiences During the COVID-19 UK Lockdown
  10. The helpfulness of web-based mental health and wellbeing forums for providing peer support for young people: A cross-sectional exploration (Preprint)
  11. The helpfulness of web-based mental health and wellbeing forums for providing peer support for young people: A cross-sectional exploration (Preprint)
  12. Quantitative Practice-Based Research
  13. The Session Wants and Need Outcome Measure: The Development of a Brief Outcome Measure for Single-Sessions of Web-Based Support
  14. Counselling, psychotherapy and training the football elite
  15. Online counseling and psychotherapy textbooks for the person-centered and experiential psychotherapies: from COVID-19 and beyond
  16. Early Warning Signs of a Mental Health Tsunami: A Coordinated Response to Gather Initial Data Insights From Multiple Digital Services Providers
  17. Researching online counselling and psychotherapy: The past, the present and the future
  18. A systematic review of higher education students' experiences of engaging with online therapy
  19. Online mental health communities, self-efficacy and transition to further support
  20. A Theory of Change for online therapy and support services for children and young people (Preprint)
  21. A Theory of Change for online therapy and support services for children and young people: A collaborative qualitative exploration (Preprint)
  22. ‘Quiet activism’ in schools: conceptualising the relationships between the personal, the political and the Political in education
  23. A systematic review exploring how young people use online forums for support around mental health issues
  24. Why do young people use online forums for mental health and emotional support? Benefits and challenges
  25. Supporting emotional well‐being in schools in the context of austerity: An ecologically informed humanistic perspective
  26. ‘Like a human being, I was an equal, I wasn't just a patient’: Service users’ perspectives on their experiences of relationships with staff in mental health services
  27. What is known about mental health needs of the post-European Union accession Polish immigrants in the UK? A systematic review
  28. Peer Communication in Online Mental Health Forums for Young People: Directional and Nondirectional Support
  29. Supporting the emotional labour associated with teaching: considering a pluralistic approach to group supervision
  30. Using text-based synchronous chat to offer therapeutic support to students: A systematic review of the research literature
  31. The psychological health and well-being experiences of female military veterans: a systematic review of the qualitative literature
  32. The Facilitators, Obstacles and Needs of Individuals With Autism Spectrum Conditions Accessing Further and Higher Education: A Systematic Review
  33. Comparing Online and Face-to-Face Student Counselling: What Therapeutic Goals Are Identified and What Are the Implications for Educational Providers?
  34. Education, Welfare Reform and Psychological Well-Being: A Critical Psychology Perspective
  35. Adapting cognitive behavioral therapy to meet the needs of C hinese clients: Opportunities and challenges
  36. Introducing Counselling and Psychotherapy Research
  37. Where does all the research go? Reflections on supporting trainee-applied psychologists to publish their research
  38. Adolescent Counselling Psychology
  39. Understanding the online therapeutic alliance through the eyes of adolescent service users
  40. Examining the complexities of measuring effectiveness of online counselling for young people using routine evaluation data
  41. Online Counselling for Children and Young People
  42. Reaching out across the Virtual Divide
  43. Practice-based evidence in school-based counselling
  44. Men and their wish to be a Dad
  45. The challenge of becoming an integrative counsellor: The trainee's perspective
  46. Youth in Contemporary Europe
  47. The working alliance in online therapy with young people: preliminary findings
  48. A five-year evaluation of the effectiveness of person-centred counselling in routine clinical practice in primary care
  49. A day in the life … A worm's eye view of doing counselling research. Do mice eat worms?
  50. Developing youth-friendly online counselling services in the United Kingdom: A small scale investigation into the views of practitioners
  51. Editorial
  52. Technically incompetent or generally misguided: Learning from a failed counselling research project
  53. Mick Cooper.Counselling in Schools Project: Evaluation Report
  54. COUNSELLIT: A review