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Les sciences cognitives: Un cadre pour unifier aujourd’hui la théorie et la pratique en psychothérapie? (2019)
Journal Article
Ward, T. (2019). Les sciences cognitives: Un cadre pour unifier aujourd’hui la théorie et la pratique en psychothérapie?. PSN, 17(3), 7-22

This article discusses the proposition that cognitive science has now developed to the point where it can serve as an overarching meta-theory for field of psychotherapy. It will begin with an overview of the main strands of thinking which have emerge... Read More about Les sciences cognitives: Un cadre pour unifier aujourd’hui la théorie et la pratique en psychothérapie?.

Presence and personality: A factoral exploration of the relationship between facets of dispositional mindfulness and personality (2019)
Journal Article
Mather, P., Ward, T., & Cheston, R. (in press). Presence and personality: A factoral exploration of the relationship between facets of dispositional mindfulness and personality. Counselling Psychology Review- British Psychological Society, 34(2),

Background / Aims / Objectives The purpose of this study is to explore the relationship between the discrete facets of personality and dispositional, or trait-like, Mindfulness. Methodology / Methods The study employed a factoral quantitative de... Read More about Presence and personality: A factoral exploration of the relationship between facets of dispositional mindfulness and personality.

Cognitive Psychodynamics as an Integrative Framework in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy (2019)
Book
Ward, T., & Plagnol, A. (in press). Cognitive Psychodynamics as an Integrative Framework in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy. Palgrave MacMillan

This book proposes a novel method of combining the main approaches to counselling and psychotherapy currently in use into one coherent framework. The authors argue that the cognitive behavioural tradition - largely focused on thought patterns - and t... Read More about Cognitive Psychodynamics as an Integrative Framework in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy.

Une nouvelle approche centrée sur la personne : la thérapie pluraliste (2018)
Book Chapter
Ward, T. (2018). Une nouvelle approche centrée sur la personne : la thérapie pluraliste. In B. Granger, B. Pachoud, & A. Plagnol (Eds.), Les nouveaux modèles de soins: Une clinique au service de la personne, 123-136. John Libbey Eurotext

Le domaine de la psychothérapie au début du 21ème siècle se caractérise par de nombreuses approches et écoles de pensée. Certaines de ces approches tendent peut-être à se concevoir comme exclusives, mais nulle ne peut prétendre détenir le monopole de... Read More about Une nouvelle approche centrée sur la personne : la thérapie pluraliste.

Significant therapy events with clients with intellectual disabilities (2018)
Journal Article
Wills, S., Ward, T., & Christopher, G. (2018). Significant therapy events with clients with intellectual disabilities. Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities, 12(5-6), 173-183. https://doi.org/10.1108/AMHID-07-2018-0033

© 2018, Emerald Publishing Limited. Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore significant events in psychotherapy with clients with intellectual disabilities (IDs). Design/methodology/approach: Four therapy dyads, each consisting of one client... Read More about Significant therapy events with clients with intellectual disabilities.

Neuropsychotherapy as an integrative framework in counselling psychology: The example of trauma (2017)
Journal Article
Ward, T., Plagnol, A., & Delrue, N. (2017). Neuropsychotherapy as an integrative framework in counselling psychology: The example of trauma. Clinical Psychology Forum, 32(4), 18-28

This article describes how principles from neuroscience can be used to inform, guide and develop psychotherapy. Such a "neuropsychotherapeutic approach" has been put forward by various authors. In this papers, the current authors develop the notion o... Read More about Neuropsychotherapy as an integrative framework in counselling psychology: The example of trauma.

Becoming "another brick in the wall": A thematic analysis of Central and Eastern European immigrants' experience of psychological distress and help-seeking (2017)
Journal Article
Chtereva, E., Ward, T., & Ramsey-Wade, C. (2017). Becoming "another brick in the wall": A thematic analysis of Central and Eastern European immigrants' experience of psychological distress and help-seeking. Clinical Psychology Forum, 32(3), 26-38

Background and aims: A great number of Central and Eastern European immigrants have moved to the UK since 2004, and a better understanding of their help-seeking behaviour is needed. This study aimed to explore how the experience of immigration had i... Read More about Becoming "another brick in the wall": A thematic analysis of Central and Eastern European immigrants' experience of psychological distress and help-seeking.

Using virtual online simulations in Second Life® to engage undergraduate psychology students with employability issues (2016)
Journal Article
Harold, S., Ward, T., Falconer, L., Frutos-Perez, M., Williams, B., Johns, J., & Harold, S. (2016). Using virtual online simulations in Second Life® to engage undergraduate psychology students with employability issues. British Journal of Educational Technology, 47(5), 918-931. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjet.12307

© 2015 British Educational Research Association This study compares online simulation in Second Life® (Linden Labs, San Francisco, California, USA) with equivalent face-to-face activities for three scenarios. The intention was that the three sets of... Read More about Using virtual online simulations in Second Life® to engage undergraduate psychology students with employability issues.

Pluralistic therapy for depression: Acceptability, outcomes and helpful aspects in a multisite open-label trial (2015)
Journal Article
Cooper, M., Wild, C., van Rijn, B., Ward, T., & McLeod, J. (2015). Pluralistic therapy for depression: Acceptability, outcomes and helpful aspects in a multisite open-label trial. Counselling Psychology Review- British Psychological Society, 30(1), 6-20

Objectives: The aim of this open-label trial was to assess the outcomes, acceptability and helpful aspects of a pluralistic therapeutic intervention for depression. Design: The study adopted a multisite, non-randomised, pre-/post-intervention design... Read More about Pluralistic therapy for depression: Acceptability, outcomes and helpful aspects in a multisite open-label trial.

The case of Judith: Reflections on combining a psychoneurological perspective within a client-centered and pluralistic therapy framework (2015)
Journal Article
Ward, T., & Hogan, K. (2015). The case of Judith: Reflections on combining a psychoneurological perspective within a client-centered and pluralistic therapy framework. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, 11(1), 55-64. https://doi.org/10.14713/pcsp.v11i1.1887

In this article, we respond to three commentaries by King (2015), Webb (2015), and Hyer and Brandon (2015) concerning our case study of Judith (Ward and Hogan, 2015). We organize our response in terms of five themes. First we discuss the positive fe... Read More about The case of Judith: Reflections on combining a psychoneurological perspective within a client-centered and pluralistic therapy framework.

Using client-centered psychotherapy embedded within a pluralistic integrative approach to help a client with executive dysfunction: The case of "Judith" (2015)
Journal Article
Ward, T., & Hogan, K. (2015). Using client-centered psychotherapy embedded within a pluralistic integrative approach to help a client with executive dysfunction: The case of "Judith". Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, 11(1), 1-20. https://doi.org/10.14713/pcsp.v11i1.1883

Executive dysfunction refers to a breakdown within a cluster of cognitive and behavioral processes that regulate, control, and manage the achievement of particular goals. Executive dysfunction can thus encompass problems like disinhibition, poor pla... Read More about Using client-centered psychotherapy embedded within a pluralistic integrative approach to help a client with executive dysfunction: The case of "Judith".

Parental Power and Prestige Moderate the Relationship Between Perceived Parental Acceptance and Offspring’s Psychological Adjustment: Introduction to the International Father Acceptance–Rejection Project (2014)
Journal Article
Rohner, R. P., Lloyd, J., Ward, T., & Blackwell-Young, J. (2014). Parental Power and Prestige Moderate the Relationship Between Perceived Parental Acceptance and Offspring’s Psychological Adjustment: Introduction to the International Father Acceptance–Rejection Project. Cross-Cultural Research, 48(3), 197-213. https://doi.org/10.1177/1069397114528295

© 2014 SAGE Publications. Drawing stimulus from parental acceptance–rejection theory (PARTheory), which postulates a pancultural association between perceptions of parental acceptance–rejection and offspring’s (children’s and adults’) psychological a... Read More about Parental Power and Prestige Moderate the Relationship Between Perceived Parental Acceptance and Offspring’s Psychological Adjustment: Introduction to the International Father Acceptance–Rejection Project.

Evaluation of a final-year module using online asynchronous discussion (2012)
Journal Article
Ward, T., & Dodd, L. (2012). Evaluation of a final-year module using online asynchronous discussion. Psychology Learning and Teaching, 10(3), 246-252. https://doi.org/10.2304/plat.2011.10.3.246

This report evaluates the use of online asynchronous discussions as a main delivery strategy in a third (final) year undergraduate counselling psychology module. These discussions were student-facilitated and the discussion assessment criteria emphas... Read More about Evaluation of a final-year module using online asynchronous discussion.

Counsellors' experiences of working with male victims of female-perpetrated domestic abuse (2012)
Journal Article
Dodd, L. J., Hegarty, J. R., Hogan, K. F., Hogan, K., Hegarty, J., Ward, T., & Dodd, L. (2012). Counsellors' experiences of working with male victims of female-perpetrated domestic abuse. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 12(1), 44-52. https://doi.org/10.1080/14733145.2011.630479

Aim: To provide an understanding of counsellors' experiences of working with male victims of female-perpetrated domestic abuse. This topic has been virtually unexplored within counselling literature. Method: A qualitative design was adopted to addres... Read More about Counsellors' experiences of working with male victims of female-perpetrated domestic abuse.

Perceptions of integration in counselling psychology training, a pilot study (2011)
Journal Article
Ward, T., Hogan, K., & Menns, R. (2011). Perceptions of integration in counselling psychology training, a pilot study. Counselling Psychology Review- British Psychological Society, 26(3), 8-19

Background: Many professional training courses in counselling psychology are now presenting a number of therapeutic models, with the expectation that trainees will demonstrate a way of working with clients that incorporates features of each. Aims:... Read More about Perceptions of integration in counselling psychology training, a pilot study.

A trial of client-centred counselling over the telephone for persons with ME (2009)
Journal Article
Ward, T., & Hogan, K. (2009). A trial of client-centred counselling over the telephone for persons with ME. Counselling Psychology Review- British Psychological Society, 24(2), 34-40

The study described in this paper was designed to evaluate the potential of client-centred telephone counselling for people with Myalgic Encephalopathy (ME). Fourteen participants were recruited via the main ME associations, and offered up to eight s... Read More about A trial of client-centred counselling over the telephone for persons with ME.

The experiences of counselling for persons with ME (2008)
Journal Article
Ward, T., Hogan, K., Stuart, V., & Singleton, E. (2008). The experiences of counselling for persons with ME. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 8(2), 73-79. https://doi.org/10.1080/14733140801972760

British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy A number of studies have evaluated counselling interventions for people with myalgic encephalitis, but few report client perceptions in any detail. This study seeks to explore client perceptions u... Read More about The experiences of counselling for persons with ME.

Social justice, leadership, and multi-cultural competency amongst applied psychology trainees
Book Chapter
Ward, T. (2018). Social justice, leadership, and multi-cultural competency amongst applied psychology trainees. In M. McIntosh, H. C. Nicholas, & A. Huq (Eds.), Leadership and Diversity in Psychology: Moving beyond the limitsTaylor and Francis

This article discusses the notion that it is important for applied psychology trainees to have a deep awareness and knowledge about their own and other peoples’ cultures. It is argued that this is essential not only in terms of their competence in w... Read More about Social justice, leadership, and multi-cultural competency amongst applied psychology trainees.