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2020

Barker, Jane (2020) Exploring self-compassion: an action research study with women who have been sexually abused as children #wearenotalone. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Hopping, Rachel (2020) Getting back to connectedness: an exploration of a team reflective practice group in a personality disorder service. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Langley, Elvis (2020) ‘In the same boat, helping each other’: a grounded theory of growth and emancipation in peer-led hearing voices groups. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

MacMahon, Paula (2020) Integrative therapists’ clinical experiences of personal blind spots: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

2019

Aitcheson, Lesley (2019) Using psychodynamic theories in management training: understanding the experiences of managers attending a training event which includes psychodynamic theories. DPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Bainbridge, Georgina (2019) Sensation in psychotherapy through the lens of sensory integration theory. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Barton, John (2019) Progressive (dis)ability: the experience of living with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Bastable Vizzard, Siona (2019) Focusing on the voices of adults diagnosed with 'Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder’. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Burrell, Rachel-Rose (2019) The Black Majority Church: exploring the impact of faith and a faith community on mental health and well-being. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Edwards, Dagmar (2019) Building bridges: Introducing concepts from neuroscience and attachment theory to person-centred practitioners. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Faulkner, Nathan (2019) An interpretative phenomenological enquiry into individuals’ experience following Roux-en-Y gastric by-pass surgery. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Godfrey-Djundja, Kathrin (2019) Motherhood in the therapy room. An interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of mother-therapists who work with mothers who grieve for their child. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Hamid, Foziha (2019) A study of sexual violence in the digital age: Working with technology-facilitated sexual violence against women within sexual violence support services. DPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Hilton, Sally (2019) Elite sport, identity and mental health: a narrative inquiry. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Ireland, Sara (2019) A ‘cut too deep’; creating a context for change in the family and community of practice for the management of self-harm. [Doctorate by Public Works]

Klann Thullesen, Mirjam (2019) Psychological work with survivors of sex trafficking: a narrative inquiry of the impact on practitioners. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Levy, Liat (2019) A qualitative exploration of therapists’ countertransference reactions to clients’ aggression. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Littleford, Peter James (2019) Exploring foster carers' experiences with children who have complex attachment problems. DPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Lukac-Greenwood, Jasenka (2019) Let’s talk about sex: female therapists’ experience of working with male clients who are sexually attracted to them. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Marais, Genevieve (2019) A phenomenological exploration into the personal experience and impact of therapist self-disclosure on the therapist. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Meades, Peter Caleb (2019) An exploration of six lesbian and gay people’s experiences of organised religion (Christianity, Islam, and Judaism), and their implications for psychotherapy: an interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA). DPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Osgood, Janice Deakin (2019) An exploration of therapists' experiences of working with terminal cancer patients. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Panayiotou-Enness, Anastasia (2019) Living with infertility: an exploratory study of men’s experience. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Pearce, Peter and Sewell, Rosaline (2019) Tracing the journey: two School-based counsellors ‘coming out’ of the counselling room. An ethnographic enquiry within a UK inner-city secondary school. DPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Pinner, Rochelle (2019) Counselling psychologists and psychotherapists in the NHS: learning from their work with clients experiencing persistent embodied (somatic) distress. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Premachandra, Shan (2019) A phenomenological exploration into psychotherapists' experiences of their breath awareness in psychotherapy. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Reeves, Egle (2019) Stories from adults stolen as babies during Argentina's last dictatorship (1976-1983): a narrative inquiry into identity restitution. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Sabel, Vivien Louise (2019) The blossom method: development of a somatic psychotherapy model, its use in clinical and everyday settings: a heuristic, reflexive inquiry. [Doctorate by Public Works]

Sattar-Jenkins, Anita (2019) Motherhood and the absence of maternal support: an exploration amongst Asian women. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

2018

Aebi-Mytton, Jill (2018) A narrative exploration of the lived experience of being born, raised in, and leaving a cultic group: the case of the Exclusive Brethren. DPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Auer, Deborah (2018) The experience of female patients seeking elective rhinoplasty surgery: a narrative inquiry. DProf thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Baker, Susan (2018) ‘Black women’ therapists' impressions of the social differences of ‘race’ and gender in the therapeutic process: a post-structuralist phenomenology narrative exploration. DProf thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Brown, Claire (2018) Between a rock and a hard place: an insight into the psychological therapist’s experience of having safeguarding concerns for their clients' children. DProf thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Hennigan, Jeanette (2018) Online counselling in schools as an additional option to face-to-face provision: exploration of pupils' experiences and comparison of effectiveness of working in different mediums. DProf thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Horwell, Amy (2018) The therapist in crisis: experiencing the therapeutic process after personal loss. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Kane, Bernadette (2018) An exploration of the experience of birth mothers who relinquished a child for adoption between 1960 and 1990 and who subsequently initiated contact with the relinquished child: the clinical implications for practitioners. DProf thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Pamneja, Tarun (2018) Conflict within psychosis treatment in the English NHS: investigating the experiences of patients and psychiatrists. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Smith, Anne (2018) Working with bereaved people: a psychotherapy training action research study: working towards an epistemology of grief as the therapeutic approach with a bereaved population. DProf thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Walters, Mandy (2018) The client’s explicit expression of anger towards their therapist: a grounded theory study of female trainee therapists. DProf thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Williams, Samantha (2018) The experience of co-morbidity: an interpretative phenomenological analysis: living with chronic pain and traumatic stress. DProf thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

2017

Arora, Elena (2017) Joy and laughter in the therapy room: a grounded theory study. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Blythe, Carole (2017) What happens before we say 'Hello? An exploration of psychotherapists’ experiences of the emerging implicit during the assessment process. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Cameron, David (2017) Factors that help or hinder personal recovery in people with a schizophrenia diagnosis: a different sort of 'therapeutic' relationship. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Camilleri, Mary Joan (2017) A psychotherapeutic perspective of the lived experience of leaders during a period of transition. DPsych thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Costa, Beverley (2017) An audit of the organisation Mothertongue multi-ethnic counselling service. [Doctorate by Public Works]

Falck, Sonja (2017) The Child, the Emperor, and the Fabulous Clothes: Constructing a theory of how interpersonal difficulty in gifted adults arises, is perpetuated, and can be overcome. DPsych thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Holton, Geraldine F. (2017) Understanding and using cross-professional supervision. DPsych thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Jordan, Elizabeth Marie (2017) The professional is personal: an evaluative inquiry into the experience of setting up and managing a university counselling service. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Kelly, Deborah (2017) An inquiry into the nature of therapeutic space in palliative care groups, working with nature and imagination. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

King, Rupert E.D. (2017) The clearing of being: a phenomenological study of openness in psychotherapy. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Lawson, Pamela C. (2017) ‘Thinking under fire’: managing therapeutic boundaries in inner-city secondary schools. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Mansfield, Clare (2017) How do clients experience a preordained ending in medium-term psychotherapy? A phenomenological enquiry. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Sandelson, Jennifer (2017) Crossing the line: establishing counselling training in hard to reach and marginalised communities. [Doctorate by Public Works]

Scupham, Susan (2017) Life after suicide: psychotherapists and practitioners speak about their experiences of working with suicidal clients and the impact it has on them when their client dies. DProf thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Singh, Satwant (2017) Hoarding Disorder: new horizons. [Doctorate by Public Works]

Talbot, Mike (2017) Conflict, commerce and contact: Gestalt theory and conflict resolution. [Doctorate by Public Works]

Thomas, Kimberley (2017) Women and sexual violence, paths to healing: resistance, rebellion, resilience and recovery. [Doctorate by Public Works]

2016

Berrow, Georgina (2016) Humanitarian aid workers' transition into retirement: A narrative inquiry. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Bjørnå, Saphira (2016) An investigation of the dynamics of the personal will versus a higher power in Alcoholics Anonymous 12-step treatment of Substance Use Disorder. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Conn, Sarah Elizabeth Sharon (2016) A phenomenological study of help seeking behaviours and coping strategies of international students of non-European backgrounds. DProf thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Haimovici, Yasmine (2016) Mothers' experience of parent-infant psychotherapy: a qualitative analysis. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Krantz, Sarah I-Ching (2016) What colour is your rainbow? A phenomenological analysis of hope in personal therapy for psychological therapy trainees of mixed race (South East Asian-White). DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Peelo, Sheila (2016) ‘On being held captive by the unwelcome guest’. NCS practitioners’ experiences of working with the victim-self. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Powell, Meriel (2016) Exploring the territory of shame: building awareness of ways in and out of shame through a co-creative investigation of metaphors around the shame experience. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Verbeek, Linda (2016) Therapists who self-identify as being ‘recovered’: experiences working with body image disturbance and eating disorders. DProf thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

2015

Aghdami, Rose (2015) Looking on the bright side in therapy: clients’ and therapist’s understanding of the use of positive psychology principles to address emotional eating. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Babak, Mitra (2015) Developing an intervention psychotherapy programme for the needs of Iranian immigrants in the UK. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Bartlett, Clarissa (2015) An autoethnographic study into mindfulness meditation and the impact on psychotherapy training. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Chitta, Kiran (2015) Change agility: growing the capacity for creative adjustment in ‘the global field’. [Doctorate by Public Works]

Conn, Sarah Elizabeth Sharon (2015) Shifting feelings. University and College Counselling . pp. 24-29. [Article]

Daly, Zuleika (2015) Women’s experiences of communication with medical staff during complicated pregnancy. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Gilbert, Shelley (2015) Insights into the grief of parentally bereaved young people: a grounded theory study exploring young people’s psychological and emotional experiences following the death of a parent. DPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Hannan, Julie (2015) Older mothers’ experiences of postnatal depression. An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Hinchliff, Annie (2015) ‘Who’s left holding the baby?’ Exploring couples’ decision-making to have a biological baby following a woman’s diagnosis of Marfan syndrome. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Penny, Janet Elizabeth (2015) An exploration of intra-cultural competence in Christian counselling: an action research study. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Rackley, Mark Anthony (2015) ‘The blind leading the blind’: a phenomenological study into the experience of blind and partially sighted clients with a sighted therapist. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

2014

Bourne, Frances Elizabeth (2014) Endings and beginnings: a thematic analysis of client and psychotherapist experience of an imposed change of psychotherapist. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Calabrese, Giovanna (2014) Biotransenergetica: a transpersonal psychotherapy. A description of BTE practices from a therapist and client perspective. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Cockersell, Peter (2014) Recovery through public works: a psychodynamic perspective on change and complexity at personal, organisational & social levels. [Doctorate by Public Works]

Coleman, Alyson (2014) A study into the experience of dramatherapists working with children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Evans, Maria Magdalena (2014) What happens to psychological depth in brief-term therapy with trainee therapists? Clients' experiences of therapy and the therapeutic relationship using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA). Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Finnerty, Marcella (2014) How do integrative psychotherapists integrate? A qualitative exploration of tales from the trenches. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

McKinney, Fiona (2014) A relational model of therapists’ experience of affect regulation in psychological therapy with female sex addiction. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

O'Connor, Lucy (2014) ‘Tír na Scáile’ (Shadowlands): an exploration into the intercultural dimension of the therapeutic relationship. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Pereira, João G. (2014) What works in mentalization-based treatment: systematic case studies in personality disorder and addiction. Other thesis, Middlesex University and Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Renjifo, Yolanda (2014) Towards the integration of clinical hypnosis into an integrative relational developmental therapeutic approach: Learning from my clients. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Spalter, David (2014) How clients choose their psychotherapist: influences on selecting and staying with a therapist. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Stelingis, Rytis Artūras (2014) Contributing to the origins and development of Gestalt psychotherapy in Lithuania 1993 to 2013. [Doctorate by Public Works]

2013

Asherson Bartram, Claire Estelle (2013) Narratives of mothers in stepfamily situations: an exploratory investigation. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Doyle, Suzi (2013) ‘Body of evidence’: the experience of patients with anorexia nervosa regarding imagery related to food, weight and shape. Other thesis, Middlesex University and Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Priest, Alan (2013) You and I listening to me: towards an understanding of the significance of personal pronoun usage in psychotherapy. Other thesis, Middlesex University and the Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Rogers, Anne (2013) Ethical complaints. Towards a best practice for psychotherapy and counselling organisations. Other thesis, Middlesex University and Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Sheedy, Geraldine (2013) 'Between bodies': an implicit relational model. Other thesis, Middlesex University and Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Stabler, Rosanne (2013) Investigating family context: an exploratory study to research how therapists use genograms as a therapeutic tool with individuals in one-to-one therapy. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

Stack, Camilla Rosaleen (2013) How is psychological therapy experienced by ex UK armed forces members? An exploration through personal narrative of cross-cultural encounters. DCPsych thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

2012

Baker, Stuart (2012) Working in the present moment: a phenomenological enquiry into the impact of mindfulness practice on trainee psychological therapists’ experience of therapeutic practice. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Daniels, Debbie (2012) Gloria decoded: an application of Robert Langs’ communicative approach to psychotherapy. Other thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Davies, Michael Glyn (2012) Critical aspects of therapy in the context of child care legal proceedings: an emerging framework. [Doctorate by Public Works]

Koliris, Maria Ersi (2012) “Becoming who you are”: the experience of mindfulness in UK therapists and Greek counselling trainees. Other thesis, Middlesex University and Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

McMahon, Aisling (2012) Practising psychotherapy as a clinical psychologist: what facilitates capable practice? DProf thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Molden, Helen Elizabeth (2012) A phenomenological investigation into the impact of parenthood: giving a voice to mothers with visual impairment in the UK. Other thesis, Middlesex University and Metanoia University. [Thesis]

2011

Johnstone, Lucy Clare (2011) Psychological formulation: a radical perspective. [Doctorate by Public Works]

Thomas, Valerie (2011) The therapeutic functions of mental imagery in psychotherapy: constructing a theoretical model. Other thesis, Middlesex University / Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

2010

Day, Andrew (2010) Psychotherapists’ experience of power in the psychotherapy relationship. [Doctorate by Public Works]

2008

Swanepoel, Lucia (2008) Just between the two of us: clinical intuition as a non-conscious process. PhD thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

2006

Alleyne, Aileen (2006) A psychotherapeutic understanding of black identity in workplace contexts. DProf thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

2005

McKenzie-Mavinga, Isha (2005) A study of black issues in Counsellor training 2002 - 2005. DProf thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

Mothersole, Geoff (2005) Closing the loop: engaging with clinical outcomes in routine evaluation data. DProf thesis, Middlesex University and Metanoia Institute. [Thesis]

2004

Birchard, Thaddeus (2004) Sexual addiction: a psychotherapeutic approach. DProf thesis, Middlesex University. [Thesis]

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