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Counselling and Psychotherapy: Welcome

Sue O'Sullivan - Teaching, Learning and Research Services Librarian

Sue O'Sullivan can help you with finding information to support your assignments and research. 

In particular, Sue will help you to use resources aligned with your discipline such as CINAHL Complete; PsycARTICLES and
PsycINFO and Web of Science.

For Sue's contact details or to book a tutorial, please see the Skills, Training and Research Support.

 

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Customer Services Librarians are available in Curzon Library. We offer drop-in sessions at the Help Desk for using the library resources, finding information, and referencing. 

Library and Learning Resources

Welcome

This page brings together key resources to help you find information relating to Integrative Psychotherapy.

Use the tabs above to help you find information on books, journals, and databases.  To book a tutorial go to the skills and training tab. 
 

You may also find the following guide helpful: 

Psychology -  brings together resources including key journals, databases and books to support Psychology.
Employability Skills - to find information related to managing your career, finding company information for interviews and applications and advice on managing your social media presence and on keeping up-to-date with business-relevant information. 

 

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Mindfulness for students

Using a unique combination of mindfulness-based techniques and study skills, this book shows students how to apply mindfulness to their studies and everyday life in simple, practical steps. It introduces a wealth of tools and techniques that can be applied to specific study contexts, such as listening in lectures, completing assignments and preparing for exams, and shows readers how mindfulness can help them to manage the stresses of student life more effectively. Chapters are rich in guided activities, meditations, observations and reflections, and full of engaging illustrations

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The handbook of brief therapies: a practical guide

This essential guide offers a step-by-step guide to applying a range of contemporary and popular brief treatments, suitable for a range of client groups and professional settings. Following a comprehensive introduction to the use of brief interventions in therapeutic practice, each chapter provides an introduction to the theoretical underpinnings and evidence-based of a brief intervention, followed by guidance as to how to implement the approach with useful 'top tips', worksheets and examples from practice through case vignettes illustrating its application

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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, and queer psychology: an introduction

This work gives an integrated overview of topical areas, from history and context, identities and fluidity, families and relationships, to health and wellbeing. This edition has been extensively revised to address substantial developments and emerging areas, such as people born with intersex variations, transgender and non-binary genders, intersectionality, and gender-diverse children. It also includes new pedagogical features to support learning and to facilitate discussion and reflection, with feature boxes throughout that explain important concepts, provide concise overviews of cutting-edge research, and offer first-person narratives that bring topics to life. This resource is essential for undergraduate courses on sex, gender, and sexuality in psychology and related disciplines, such as sociology, health studies, social work, education, and counselling

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