Shocking revelation! There are women survivors of sexual violence training as person-centred psychotherapists

  • Deborah Lee
  • Psychotherapy and Politics International, February 2017, Wiley
  • DOI: 10.1002/ppi.1396

What is it about?

Survivors of sexual violence are usually expected to be the clients of psychotherapy rather than psychotherapists/psychotherapists-in-training. This paper introduces a new research project which will look at survivors' experiences of training as person-centred psychotherapists.

Why is it important?

We need to have more research about people's experiences of training as person-centred psychotherapists. We know very little about what it is like to be a survivor of sexual violence training as a person-centred psychotherapist. The research introduced here will contribute to this field.

Perspectives

Dr Deborah A Lee
Nottingham Trent University

I'm introducing a new research project here, prompted by my own experiences of being a survivor of sexual violence training to become a person-centred psychotherapist. Some of my experiences of training have been empowering, and others not at all...

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ppi.1396

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