My Books

 

My Other Books and Publications to Date

Claringbull N. (2016), Trauma Therapy as a Community Enterprise (New Material) in Fehr,S. (ed), 2016 “101 Interventions in Group Therapy, 2nd Edition”, New York, Routledge

Claringbull N. (2013), Making it happen: applying research methods in Bright, G & Harrison, G. “Understanding Research in Counselling”, Exeter, Learning Matters (Sage)

Claringbull N. (2010), Counselling in Prisons in Roberts, R. & Moore, J. “Counselling and Psychotherapy in Organisational Settings”, Exeter, Learning Matters (Sage)

Claringbull, N. (2008), Workplace Counselling – New Models for New Times in Sangeetha, K. (Ed), “The Art of Workplace Counselling”, Hyderabad, India, Icfai University Press

Claringbull, N. (2008), Trauma Therapy as a Community Enterprise in Fehr, S. (Ed), (2008),
“101 interventions in Group Therapy”, New York, The Haworth Press

Claringbull, N. (2008), Trauma Therapy: An Integrative Approach in Fehr, S. (Ed), (2008),
“101 interventions in Group Therapy”, New York, The Haworth Press

Claringbull, N. (2008), Tomorrow’s workplace counsellors, ACW Journal – Counselling at Work, 61, Summer 2008

Claringbull, N. (2005), Making a Difference to Workplace Counsellor Training, BACP Research Conference, May 2005, http://www.bacp.co.uk/research/conference2005/

Claringbull, N. (2004), Specialist practitioners – the next wave in workplace counselling, ACW Journal – Counselling at Work, 44, Spring, 2004

Claringbull, N. (2004), A fourth wave in workplace counselling – its professional specialisation?
http://www.bacp.co.uk/research/conference2004/index.html

Claringbull, N. (2003), An Informal Workshop, in Claringbull (2004), “A fourth wave in workplace counselling – its professional specialisation?”  http://www.bacp.co.uk/research/conference2004/index.html

Claringbull, N. (2001), Travellers Tales, unpublished MSc Thesis, University of Bristol

 

The Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice Textbook Series

Series EditorNorman Claringbull

The Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice series has been specifically written to support students on Counselling and Psychotherapy courses. These books are practical in focus, concentrate on linking theory to everyday practice, and include practical activities to aid learning. These books will be continuously updated to respond to emerging changes in counsellor education and practice.  A core feature of this series is the way that these books will provide an interlinked and coordinated undergraduate, learning programme.

These books are all written in the very accessible Learning Matters’ style and are packed with activities, case studies and reflection points.

Authors:
Graham Bright and Gill Harrison
Sofie Bager-Charleson and Biljana van Rijn
Hazel Reid and Jane Westergaard
Sofie Bager-Charleson
Judith Green
Ruth Roberts and Judy Moore
Titles:
Understanding Research in Counselling
Understanding Assessment in Counselling and Psychotherapy
Effective Counselling with Young People
Reflective Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy
Creating the Therapeutic Relationship
Counselling and Psychotherapy in Organisational Settings