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By: Graham Bright

In: Understanding Research in Counselling

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Graham Bright

The counselling world faces increasing pressure to become research-engaged and research-informed. No longer is this confined to those perceived to dwell in the higher echelons of academia; there is a call, and indeed a growing expectation, that all counsellors and psychotherapists get (and remain) research-involved. This can be seen in the significance that many qualifying courses place on research-embedded practice, and in the ways that student research is no longer viewed merely as an exercise in academic competence. Research must be rigorous, yet accessible and applicable to be meaningful and worthwhile. This book grew out of our wish to debunk the myths surrounding research for our students, most of whom engage with research evidence for the first time ...

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