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Invitation to view abstracts of completed DPW projects

DOCTORATE IN PSYCHOTHERAPY BY PUBLIC WORKS

 

Dr Kate Anthony

Developing Counselling and Psychotherapy in the Age of Technology and the Internet

Dr Nazee Akbari

A Holistic Approach to Support Mental Wellbeing of Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Dr Kate Birch

Synthesising Theory to Create Psychologically Informed Programmes for the Empowerment of Parents and Teachers in New Zealand and Austria

Dr Benna Chase

Self as a Bridge between Psychology/Psychotherapy and Religion in the Area of Palliative Care: Integrity and Growth in the Maltese Context

Dr Marie Anne Chidiac

A synthesis of Gestalt psychotherapy and organisational change

Dr Kiran Chitta

Change Agility: Growing the Capacity for Creative Adjustment in ‘The Global Field

Dr Peter Cockersell

Recovery Through Public Works. A Psychodynamic Perspective on Change and Complexity at Personal, Organisational & Social Levels

Dr Niki Cooper

Enhancing the wellbeing and prospects of children and their families through training: from practice (doing) to theory (thinking) and back again. The development of a professional qualifications department in a service delivery organisation

Dr Beverley Costa

An Audit of the Organisation Mothertongue Multi-Ethnic Counselling Service

Dr Sally Denham Vaughan

Re-enactment of Psychological Services organisational strategy, leadership and implementation as informed by a Gestalt perspective

Dr Zack Eleftheriadou

Incorporating Cross-cultural issues in Psychotherapy: A Relational Framework

Dr Ken Evans

Contributing to the development of psychotherapy as a profession in the United Kingdom and Europe 1987 to 2008

Dr Jane Fossey

Transforming Knowledge into Practice: The reciprocal relationship between care delivery and research.

Dr Helena Hargaden

The Bi-directionality of the Relational Unconscious

Dr Lucy Johnstone

Psychological Formulation: a Radical Perspective

Dr Willem Lammers

An Odyssey in Guided Change

Dr Talia Levine Bar-Yoseph

About being the Bridge

Prof Yair Maman

Community-based counsellor training, incorporating outreach elements with community needs.

Dr Kathryn May

Psychotherapeutic work with and for marginalised groups: Demonstrations of reflexive activism.

Dr Patricia Mylan

Child protection in Asia: A postmodern multi-system psychotherapeutic approach.

Dr Leanne O’Shea

Voices from the Margins: Building access to complex, dependable, dense networks of support

Dr Isabel Rogers

Delivering Psychological Innovation to the Criminal Justice System: The Business of Clinical Consultancy

Dr Jennifer Sandelson

Crossing the Line Establishing counselling training in hard to reach and marginalised communities

Dr Satwant Singh

Hoarding Disorder: New Horizon

Dr Rytis Stelingis

Contribution to the origins and development of Gestalt Psychotherapy in Lithuania 1993 to 2013

Dr Margot Sunderland

The application of art and science to the psychological treatment of children.

Dr Mike Talbot

Conflict, Commerce and Contact Gestalt Theory and Conflict Resolution

Dr Geoff Warburton

With Love: Collaborating with the evolution of love in self and society through psychotherapy

 

 

Graduates title of Research


Copies of current DPsych theses are now available to view on the Middlesex University E-Repository

http://eprints.mdx.ac.uk/view/divisions/Theses.html