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my lifespan development client study

Entering older age may seem as losing the best of what you had in life... But a counselling approach from creative, pluralistic and positive psychology stance can make a difference!

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Lead researcher of the ‘Existential group psychotherapy project on life crisis and trauma’ at Teesside University (2018).

Sarantakis, N. P. (2018). A case study of psychotherapy with a client who enters older age: A lifespan development and pluralistic approach. APA Journal: Practice Innovations (in press).

Sarantakis, N. P. (2017) Reflections on an anti-discriminatory practice in current psychotherapy. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 47(2), 135-140.  Available at: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10879-016-9353-4

Sarantakis, N. P. (2016) Family or group therapy for cancer patients? An exploration of different ways of working and the inherent challenges therein. Contemporary Psychotherapy, 8 (1). Available at: http://www.contemporarypsychotherapy.org/volume-8-no-1-summer-2016/understanding-families-and-groups-as-systems/

Sarantakis, N. P. (2016). Presentation of paper: ‘Existential psychotherapy with cancer patients and spirituality’ at the Annual Conference of the Counselling Psychology Division of BPS (8-9 July 2016, Brighton, U.K.).

Sarantakis, N. P. (2014) The Influence of our native language on cognitive representations of colour, spatial relations and time. Journal of European Psychology Students , 5 (3). pp. 74-77. Available at: https://jeps.efpsa.org/articles/10.5334/jeps.ch/


           Wider impact publication in counselling & psychotherapy:

Sarantakis, N. P. (2018). Counselling & CBT via skype: Certainly convenient, but does it work? Available at: https://www.thecounsellorscafe.co.uk/single-post/2018/05/26/Counselling-and-CBT-via-skype

 

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