Person-Centred Therapy and CBT: Siblings not Rivals


Roger Casemore & Jeremy Tudway

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    To: Ruth and all those past students and colleagues who have walked along this path with me over the past seventeen years


    To: Julia, Rufus and Isabella


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    Roger retired recently after 17 years as Senior Teaching Fellow and Director of Counselling and Psychotherapy Courses at the University of Warwick. He is now an Associate Fellow in the Centre for Lifelong Learning. He has practised privately as a therapist for over 44 years, and as a supervisor and trainer of counsellors for the past 30 years. He is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and a Fellow of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. He is a past Deputy Chair, Chair and Governor of the British Association for Counselling, was President of Counselling in Education for 15 years, Chair of the BACP Complaints Committee and a member of the Professional Ethics and Practice Committee for more than six years.

    Jeremy completed his first degree in psychology in 1989 and has worked in a dual academic and clinical role with clients presenting with very complex needs and difficulties, including developmental and intellectual disabilities and severe mental health problems. Much of his clinical work was in highly specialised forensic mental health services. Jeremy's Doctoral research investigated the relationship between negative social comparison, affiliation motive and emotion from a CBT perspective and it was during this time that he became influenced by the work of Albert Ellis and REBT. Jeremy has continued to engage in applied psychology research and he was research-liaison tutor in Clinical Psychology for the joint University of Coventry/Warwick University Doctoral programme in Clinical Psychology and has served as an external examiner in Clinical and Forensic Psychology to universities around the UK.

    Jeremy became involved in providing teaching input to the counselling courses run by Roger at the University of Warwick in 2002 and has continued to provide teaching on the CBTs and psychopathology.

    In 2005 he established Phoenix Psychological Services with his colleague Dr Liz Gillett, and Jeremy continues to see clients privately and provides expert witness assessments relating to psychological and therapeutic issues to the Courts.

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