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End of life care: The psychological impact on community support workers (2020)
Thesis
Kallis, Z. C. End of life care: The psychological impact on community support workers. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/1490977

Research studies with nurses and health care staff in residential settings have demonstrated a range of adverse psychological symptoms and protective factors when delivering end of life care. Little research has been undertaken with community support... Read More about End of life care: The psychological impact on community support workers.

Suicide and its discontent: Practitioner psychologists experiences of working with active suicidal ideation (2019)
Thesis
Llewellyn, S. Suicide and its discontent: Practitioner psychologists experiences of working with active suicidal ideation. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/1491233

Suicide is often conceptualised as a harmful, frightening and a misunderstood phenomenon. Research has shown that the theorising of suicide is broad-ranging and complex identifying that working clinically with clients who present with suicide can be... Read More about Suicide and its discontent: Practitioner psychologists experiences of working with active suicidal ideation.

Understanding Muslim women clients of counselling: An interpretive phenomenological analysis (2019)
Thesis
Sadiq, Rehman, N. Understanding Muslim women clients of counselling: An interpretive phenomenological analysis. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/846566

Muslims and Islam have become a central feature of global news and often find themselves in narratives associated with local and national terror. These negative representations may have an impact on Muslim individuals’ wellbeing and navigation of lif... Read More about Understanding Muslim women clients of counselling: An interpretive phenomenological analysis.

Investigating the impact of providing a cognitive behavioural therapy intervention for frequent attenders at the Emergency Department with medically unexplained symptoms: A mixed method study (2018)
Thesis
Gibson, S. Investigating the impact of providing a cognitive behavioural therapy intervention for frequent attenders at the Emergency Department with medically unexplained symptoms: A mixed method study. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/862964

Abstract Background There are a cohort of people who attend the Emergency Department (ED) extremely frequently. In many cases the symptoms driving their presentations are medically unexplained (MUS). Objectives The aim of the research was to... Read More about Investigating the impact of providing a cognitive behavioural therapy intervention for frequent attenders at the Emergency Department with medically unexplained symptoms: A mixed method study.

What are the barriers to accessing psychological therapy in Qatar: A concept mapping study (2018)
Thesis
Brown, E. What are the barriers to accessing psychological therapy in Qatar: A concept mapping study. (Thesis). University of the West of England

Background: Mental health problems are highly prevalent throughout the world; however, all too frequently individuals do not receive treatment. Psychological therapy is a potentially successful intervention but barriers to its access, which are like... Read More about What are the barriers to accessing psychological therapy in Qatar: A concept mapping study.

Effects of multinational team and team member characteristics on subgroup formation, group identification, and trust in team (2016)
Thesis
Arman, G. Effects of multinational team and team member characteristics on subgroup formation, group identification, and trust in team. (Thesis). DePaul University

Multinational teams (MNTs) consist of members from different national backgrounds who work interdependently to achieve a shared objective (Earley & Gibson, 2002). These teams are frequently employed in global organizations because they provide severa... Read More about Effects of multinational team and team member characteristics on subgroup formation, group identification, and trust in team.

The role of developmental/relational trauma in therapists' motivation to pursue a psychotherapeutic career: A grounded theory exploration
Thesis
Davies, J. M. M. (2018). The role of developmental/relational trauma in therapists' motivation to pursue a psychotherapeutic career: A grounded theory exploration. (Thesis). University of the West of England

Background: Psychotherapy research has consistently established a link between developmental/relational trauma and the motivation to pursue a psychotherapeutic career. Understanding why this relationship exists is important given the recognised adv... Read More about The role of developmental/relational trauma in therapists' motivation to pursue a psychotherapeutic career: A grounded theory exploration.