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Roddy, Jeannette; Moller, Naomi; Full, Wayne and Vossler, Andreas (2024). Online therapy: what we know now. Therapy Today, 35(4) pp. 24–27.

Vossler, Andreas and Moller, Naomi (2024). Digital Intimacies and Online Infidelities: A Practitioner’s Guide to Working with Couples in Crisis. In: Peluso, Paul R. and Irvine, Taylor J. eds. Infidelity: A Practitioner’s Guide to Working with Couples in Crisis (2nd Edition). New York: Routledge, pp. 161–178.

Waterhouse, Philippa and Moller, Naomi (2024). Creating an online educational resource to support learners navigate their studies alongside work and/or family. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 25(1) pp. 226–239.

Barkham, Michael; Charura, Divine; Cooper, Mick; Gabriel, Lynne; Hanley, Terry; McLeod, John; Moller, Naomi; Reeves, Andrew and Smith, Kate (2024). The role of BACP in maximising the potential of counselling and psychological therapies research in the UK: Benefitting clients, communities, and societies. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research (early access).

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Fitzpatrick, Marie‐Claire; Clarke, Victoria; Ramsey‐Wade, Christine and Moller, Naomi (2023). Being a mother with anorexia: A phenomenological study of seeking and receiving professional support for white heterosexual women in the UK. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 23(4) pp. 1144–1154.

Full, Wayne; Vossler, Andreas; Moller, Naomi; Pybis, Jo and Roddy, Jeannette (2023). Therapists' and counsellors' perceptions and experiences of offering online therapy during COVID‐19: A qualitative survey. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 24(2) pp. 703–718.

O'Neil, Jennifer. J.; Heidl, Britta. H.; Bratton, Andrew; Vossler, Andreas and Moller, Naomi (2023). The emotional labour of teleworkers conducting online counselling during Covid‐19. New Technology, Work and Employment (Early access).

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Braun, Virginia; Clarke, Victoria and Moller, Naomi (2021). Pandemic Tales: Using Story Completion to Explore Sense-Making Around COVID-19 Lockdown Restrictions. In: Kara, Helen and Khoo, Su-Ming eds. Researching in the Age of COVID-19 Vol 3. Rapid Responses, 3. Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press, pp. 39–48.

Smith, Kate; Moller, Naomi; Cooper, Mick; Gabriel, Lynne; Roddy, Jeannette and Sheehy, Robert (2021). Video counselling and psychotherapy: A critical commentary on the evidence base. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 22(1) pp. 92–97.

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Duncan, Charlie; Ryan, Gemma S; Moller, Naomi Petra and Davies, Rachel (2020). Who Attends Couples Counseling in the UK and Why? Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 46(2) pp. 177–186.

Earley, Eoin; Clarke, Victoria and Moller, Naomi (2020). Counselling formerly heterosexually partnered gay fathers raised with religion. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 48(6) pp. 768–779.

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Moller, Naomi and Tischner, Irmgard (2019). Young people’s perceptions of fat counsellors: “How can THAT help me?". Qualitative Research in Psychology, 16(1) pp. 34–53.

Clarke, Victoria; Braun, Virginia; Frith, Hannah and Moller, Naomi (2019). Editorial Introduction to the Special Issue: Using Story Completion Methods in Qualitative Research. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 16(1) pp. 1–20.

Braun, Virginia; Clarke, Victoria; Hayfield, Nikki; Frith, Hannah; Malson, Helen; Moller, Naomi and Shah-Beckley, Iduna (2019). Qualitative story completion: Possibilities and potential pitfalls. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 16(1) pp. 136–155.

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Tasker, Fiona; Moller, Naomi; Clarke, Victoria and Hayfield, Nikki (2018). [Special Issue Editorial] New Frontiers of Family: LGBTQ People Pushing Back the Boundaries of Family. Journal of Family Issues, 39(18) pp. 4127–4132.

Tasker, Fiona; Gubello, Alessio; Clarke, Victoria; Moller, Naomi; Nahman, Michal and Willcox, Rachel (2018). Receiving, or ‘Adopting’, Donated Embryos to Have Children: Parents Narrate and Draw Kinship Boundaries. Geneaology, 2(3), article no. 25.

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, pp. 1–18.

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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.

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, pp. 45–70.

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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.

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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.

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.

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.

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