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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

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, 17(4) pp. 253–268. file

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). file

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

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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