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Number of items: 16.

2018

Braun, Virginia; Clarke, Victoria; Hayfield, Nikki; Moller, Naomi and Tischner, Irmgard (2018). Qualitative Story Completion: A method with exciting promise. In: Liamputtong, Pranee ed. Innovative Research Methods in Health Social Sciences. Research Methods in Health Social Sciences (3). Singapore: Springer, (In press).

2017

Rance, Nicola; Clarke, Victoria and Moller, Naomi (2017). The anorexia nervosa experience: Shame, Solitude and Salvation. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 17(2) pp. 127–136. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Rance, Nicola; Moller, Naomi P and Clarke, Victoria (2017). ‘Eating disorders are not about food, they’re about life:’ Client perspectives on anorexia nervosa treatment. Journal of Health Psychology, 22(5) pp. 582–594. file

Clarke, Victoria; Hayfield, Nikki; Moller, Naomi and Tischner, Irmgard (2017). Once Upon A Time…: Story Completion Methods. In: Braun, Virginia; Clarke, Victoria and Gray, Debra eds. Collecting Qualitative Data: A Practical Guide to Textual, Media and Virtual Techniques. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (In press).

Smith, Harriet; Moller, Naomi P. and Vossler, Andreas (2017). Family therapy ‘lite’? How family counsellors conceptualise their primary care family work. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling (Early Access). file

Barkham, Michael; Moller, Naomi P. and Pybis, Joanne (2017). How should we evaluate research on counselling and the treatment of depression? A case study on how NICE’s draft 2018 guideline considered what counts as best evidence. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

2016

Moller, Naomi; Burgess, Victoria and Jogiyat, Zainab (2016). Barriers to counselling experienced by British South Asian women: A thematic analysis exploration. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 16(3) pp. 201–210. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2015

Vossler, Andreas and Moller, Naomi (2015). ‘We argue a lot and don’t talk with each other’: How distressed are families when seeking Relate family counselling? Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 15(1) pp. 12–20.

Moller, Naomi and Vossler, Andreas (2015). Defining infidelity in research and couple counseling: a qualitative study. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 41(5) pp. 487–497. file

2014

Vossler, Andreas and Moller, Naomi eds. (2014). The Counselling and Psychotherapy Research Handbook. London: Sage .

Stratton, Peter; Moller, Naomi and Vossler, Andreas (2014). Next steps – Building on and using research in training and practice. In: Vossler, Andreas and Moller, Naomi eds. The Counselling and Psychotherapy Research Handbook. Sage, pp. 257–273. file

Vossler, Andreas and Moller, Naomi (2014). Attitudes to and perceptions of research. In: Vossler, Andreas and Moller, Naomi eds. The Counselling and Psychotherapy Research Handbook. Sage, pp. 17–30. file

Vossler, Andreas; Moller, Naomi and Cooper, Mick (2014). Setting the scene: Why research matters. In: Vossler, Andreas and Moller, Naomi eds. The Counselling and Psychotherapy Research Handbook. Sage, pp. 3–16. file

Rance, Nicola M.; Clarke, Victora and Moller, Naomi P. (2014). “If I See Somebody …. Therapist or Anything, I’ll Immediately Scope Them Out”: Anorexia Nervosa Clients’ Perceptions of Their Therapist’s Body. Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 22(2) pp. 111–120. file

Vossler, Andreas and Moller, Naomi (2014). ‘The relationship past can’t be the future’: couple counsellors’ experiences of working with infidelity. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 29(4) pp. 424–435. file

2013

Moller, Naomi P. and Rance, Nicola (2013). The good, the bad and the uncertainty: Trainees' perceptions of the personal development group. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 13(4) pp. 282–289. file

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