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An Introduction to Outdoor Therapy – 11 July 2020 – Glasgow

The Society for The Study of Carl Rogers, Edinburgh
An invitation to join in the celebration of Carl Rogers contribution to the importance of the therapeutic relationship, and his openness to connecting to the universe and who knows what else may emerge. For more info see: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13807434
Anyone interested and not on Linkedin can contact me direct at mike.moss@outlook.com.

STUDY RECRUITMENT ADVERTISEMENT
I am a student on the D.Psych Counselling Psychology programme at Glasgow Caledonian University, and I am conducting this study to fulfil the requirements of the Advanced Research in Applied Psychology MDC825506-19 module. The study concerns the exploration of therapists’ experiences of counselling clients from culturally and ethnically diverse backgrounds, including factors perceived to be helpful or unhelpful in such therapeutic work. This research involves participating in a telephone-based, semi-structured interview.
I am looking for participants who are appropriately qualified, or studying towards a qualification accredited by an appropriate body and recognized as in training for counsellors, counselling psychologists or psychotherapists with experience of counselling clients from culturally and ethnically diverse backgrounds for at least six therapy sessions. Participants will be excluded if they have less than twelve months (one-year) experience in therapeutic practice.
I would be very grateful if you would be willing to take part in my study.  If you are interested, please contact me at the address below.  If you do so, you will have the chance to find out more about the study before coming to any decision.  You would be under no obligation to take part.
My study is supervised by Dr. Rosemarie Lynass, and she can be contacted at: r.lynass@gcu.ac.uk. The use of email to recruit participants for this study has been approved by the Psychology Ethics Subcommittee.
Contact:
Researcher: Danny Martelli, dmarte200@caledonian.ac.uk.