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2017

Barber, Thomas (2017) The forgotten emotion: an interpretative phenomenological analysis into the lived experience of anger in young men. DProf thesis, Middlesex University.

Benyera-Mararike, Agatha (2017) The meaning and experience of receiving HIV post-test psychological counselling by African childbearing migrant women from a culturally appropriate counselling model in comparison to classical western models: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

Biss, Andrew (2017) Towards an existential phenomenological family therapy model of working with issues of alcohol abuse: a grounded theory study. DProf thesis, Middlesex University.

Christophy, Christos (2017) The problem of pain: a heuristic and structural existential analysis of unexplained physical pain. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

D’Aloia, Tania (2017) What is it like to survive near-death? An interpretative phenomenological study of the experience of surviving sudden cardiac arrest. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

Hodges, Ian (2017) Exploring the phenomenology of clinical and non-clinical depression: a Q-methodological study. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

Ioannou, Argyro (2017) Existential time-limited therapy: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of existential counselling psychologists and psychotherapists providing therapy in time-limited contexts. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

Jartell, Emma (2017) The experience of losing a sibling in adult life: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

Khalef, Syrita (2017) The experience of taking anti-psychotic medication for schizophrenia: a thematic analysis of online video chat interviews. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

Phoenix, Danielle (2017) Exploring how males who encounter phenomena they identify as ‘Conversion Disorder’/’Functional Neurological Disorder’ experience agency in their lives. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

Seth, Paula (2017) Being opened: a hermeneutic phenomenological enquiry into the existential psychotherapist’s lived experience of wonder. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

Smaller, Nigel (2017) Becoming a pilgrim: the lived experience of men who become therapists following a former career. DProf thesis, Middlesex University.

Vassiliou, Andreas (2017) The intersubjective arena of the psychotherapy for psychosis: a phenomenological account of therapists’ experiences. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

Westland Barber, Sandra (2017) Being large: An interpretive phenomenological enquiry into the lived world of problematic weight. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

2016

Iacovou, Susan Louise (2016) The impact of active service on the intimate relationships of ex-servicemen: an existential-phenomenological study. Other thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Jayasinghe, Aindri (2016) The experience of living with traumatic bereavement: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

Kock, Elizabeth (2016) The impact of a diagnosis of Asperger's syndrome on women's expectations of intimate relationships. Other thesis, Middlesex University and New School of Psychotheraphy and Counselling.

Koebbel, Christian Max (2016) Talking about life in a serious way: existential-phenomenological therapeutic practice in primary care. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

Lindemann, Johanna (2016) Experiencing the 'Other': a phenomenological study of being bullied in the workplace. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

McCarthy, Elsa Julie (2016) A body-changing event? Exploring first-time mothers’ embodied experiences in the post-natal period: a hermeneutic-phenomenological study (within a small island community). Other thesis, Middlesex University.

Olson, Paul O. (2016) Experiences of mental illness, treatment and recovery in schizophrenia. An existential-phenomenological exploration. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

Richards, Christina (2016) Trans sexuality: A phenomenological-hermeneutic enquiry into the sexuality of trans and non-binary people - with implications for the practice of existential-phenomenological counselling psychology and psychotherapy. Other thesis, Middlesex University.

2015

Arnold-Baker, Claire (2015) How becoming a mother involves a confrontation with existence: an existential-phenomenological exploration of the experience of early motherhood. Other thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Brown, Victoria Charity (2015) When passions run high: a phenomenological exploration of the emotional experience of the therapeutic relationship in existential psychotherapy. Other thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

De Santis, Matilda (2015) The lived experience of therapeutic work in the midst of grief: an existential phenomenological study. Other thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Escudero-Franco Pacheco del Solar, Luisa (2015) How the experience of being diagnosed with borderline personality disorder affects relations with others and one’s self-perception - an existential phenomenological study. Other thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Lamont, Neil (2015) Is time of the essence? Experiential accounts from clients of time-limited existential therapy at an HIV counselling service. Other thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Maragou, Evangelia (2015) Raising awareness of clinical practice from an existential perspective with clients affected by cancer. Other thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Moffit, Kimberly (2015) The resilient entrepreneur: the use of successful coping behaviours to experience relief from emotional intensity by entrepreneurs in Canada. Other thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Sørensen, Anders Dræby (2015) Exploring learning outcomes in CBT and existential therapy in Denmark. DProf thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

2014

Bennett, John (2014) "A good night out" (voices of 'binge' drinkers): a phenomenological investigation of binge drinking women in Yorkshire. Other thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Gibson, Neil Francis (2014) The best medicine? Psychotherapists’ experience of the impact of humour on the process of psychotherapy. DProf thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Kelly-Keogh, Joanne (2014) Making sense of the experience of anxiety, worry, and spontaneous images. An interpretative phenomenological analysis of interviews with young adults who were using a student counselling service. Other thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling (NSPC).

2013

Barros, Fernanda A. (2013) An exploration of choice in heroin addiction: ‘An interpretative phenomenological analysis of a small sample of people in recovery’. Other thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling (NSPC).

Benning, Rochelle Johnson (2013) The expatriate trailing partner’s experience: a sample from Honduras - an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. DProf thesis, Middlesex University and New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Medina, Marc (2013) The paradox of self surrender and self empowerment: an interpretative phenomenological investigation of the individual’s understanding of the higher power in Alcoholics Anonymous. Other thesis, Middlesex University / New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.

2011

Serning, Niklas (2011) International aid workers’ experience of support – an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. PhD thesis, Middlesex University.

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