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Thomas, Valerie – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
Creative methods in counselling are generally regarded as adjunctive techniques and procedures. In this paper I advocate for a deeper integration of creative methods within counselling and propose that one way forward would be to develop more inclusive frameworks for this practice. To this end, I consider some of the ways clinicians and theorists,…
Descriptors: Creativity, Counseling Techniques, Therapy, Imagery
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Lysiak, Malgorzata – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
The Dialogical Temporal Chair Technique (DTCT) is a method based on Hermans's dialogical self theory combined with Gestalt and cognitive-behavioural therapeutic techniques. The Dialogical Temporal Chair Technique is a method of activating temporal voices. Three chairs symbolising the past, present and future are used to help subjects create a…
Descriptors: Counseling Techniques, Problem Solving, Decision Making, Time
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Watson, Mark; McMahon, Mary – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
In this research we investigated whether creativity and career assessment are a contradiction in terms or whether, through creative thinking, their potential complementarity in career guidance and counselling can be realised. The research demonstrates the creative application of the systemic Integrative Structured Interview (ISI) for the…
Descriptors: Career Guidance, Creative Thinking, Career Counseling, Females
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Maree, Jacobus Gideon – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
This article reports on integrative career counselling provided to a creative young man selected purposefully. An explorative, descriptive, instrumental, single case-study approach was followed, and two recently developed questionnaires (one qualitative and one quantitative) were used to collect the data. A career construction counselling…
Descriptors: Innovation, Career Counseling, Creativity, Adolescents
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Schreiber, Marc; Gschwend, Adrian; Iller, Marie-Louise Susanne – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
We introduce the Vocational ID that integrates linguistic and visual representations of a career counselling client's self. Based upon findings from the Life Design paradigm [Savickas, M. L., Nota, L., Rossier, J., Dauwalder, J.-P., Duarte, M. E., Guichard, J., … van Vianen, A. E. M. (2009). Life designing: A paradigm for career construction in…
Descriptors: Career Development, Career Counseling, Personality, Counseling Techniques
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Nissen, Morten – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
In this article I discuss how drug counselling can be transformed through "aesthetic documentation": a hybrid of art with narrative practice. After outlining the concepts of performance and standards, and a critique of "customising" counselling through formalised feedback, five claims are made about "aesthetic…
Descriptors: Drug Addiction, Counseling, Evidence Based Practice, Aesthetics
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Schellhammer, Barbara A. – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
In this article I investigate creative means to encounter otherness in oneself as a prerequisite for intercultural education. Firstly, I look at ancient Greek philosophy and the concept of self-care. Secondly, I draw from C. G. Jung's individuation as a process of incorporating shadow parts in the self and thirdly I explore psychodramatic methods.…
Descriptors: Daily Living Skills, Older Adults, Creativity, Multicultural Education
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Parsons, Ailsa; Omylinska-Thurston, Joanna; Karkou, Vicky; Harlow, Julianne; Haslam, Shelly; Hobson, Jessica; Nair, Kerry; Dubrow-Marshall, Linda; Thurston, Scott; Griffin, Julia – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
Routinely prescribed psychological therapies for depression are not always effective. Arts therapies, particularly Dance Movement Psychotherapy, may offer additional therapeutic mechanisms for depression. Therefore, client-reported helpful factors from various therapy types, along with client preferences, are key in devising new therapeutic…
Descriptors: Art Therapy, Depression (Psychology), Psychotherapy, Counseling Techniques
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Wafula, Esther – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
Contemplating the school to work transition in the insecure and unpredictable twenty-first century world of work can be anxiety inducing for college students. Consequently, college students may develop disempowered career stories in which they feel ill prepared to explore career prospects or engage with the world of work. This paper describes a…
Descriptors: Poetry, Career Counseling, College Students, Career Development
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Hubena, Blanka; Mulcahy, Judith – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
Children and young people (C&YP) counselling training and art psychotherapy training lead to two distinctive psychological therapy approaches; one is informed by British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy's Competences for work with children and young people (4-18 years) [BACP. (2019a). "Competences for work with children and…
Descriptors: Psychotherapy, Children, Adolescents, Standards
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Kreller, Caylee – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
In this article I discuss the ways in which writing poetry and reflecting on its meanings may be a valuable tool for promoting an educator's reflexivity surrounding issues of reconciliation. As Canada embarks on the work of healing the difficulties its colonial past has caused its original inhabitants (i.e. Indigenous peoples), educators must…
Descriptors: Poetry, Conflict Resolution, Social Justice, Self Concept
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Chant, Anne – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
A methodological challenge during my doctoral research led me to use collage to reflect upon my own life and career. The insights it allowed me into the relationship between who we are and what we do led me to conclude that such methods can also illuminate these connections for clients of career counselling. In this paper I argue that such…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Career Development, Career Counseling, Constructivism (Learning)
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Sakiz, Halis; Saricali, Mehmet; Türküm, Ayse Sibel – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
In this study we investigated the case of disability from the perspective of counsellors with visual disability (CWVD) and their clients by focusing on the counselling skills of CWVD, the relationships with their clients, and the perspectives of their clients in relation to their counselling experiences. Fifteen CWVDs and 11 clients (N = 26) were…
Descriptors: Counselor Characteristics, Visual Impairments, Disabilities, Counselor Client Relationship
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Versluis, Anke; Verkuil, Bart; Spinhoven, Philip; Brosschot, Jos F. – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
Worry is an important mediator in the relation between stressors and health. This pilot study examined whether a smartphone-based in time worry-reduction training was feasible and improved physiological health (i.e. increased heart rate variability [HRV]). A total of 26 high-worriers were randomised to an experimental or active-control condition…
Descriptors: Anxiety, Stress Management, Training, Telecommunications
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Murray, Aja Louise; McKenzie, Karen; Murray, Kara; Richelieu, Marc – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
Response shifts can be defined as a change in the way that a respondent interprets and responds to symptom questionnaire items, over and above true changes in their symptoms. Response shifts are liable to occur as a result of psychotherapy and can undermine evaluations of the effectiveness of psychotherapy interventions by making pre- and post-…
Descriptors: Outcome Measures, Symptoms (Individual Disorders), Psychotherapy, Intervention
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