Readers may find the latest collaboration between the British Psychological Society and Routledge Psychology of interest. PsychCrunch is the podcast from the British Psychological Society’s Research Digest. Different episodes explore whether the findings from psychological science can make a difference in real life. Different psychologists speak about their research and whether they apply what they’ve discovered in their own lives. See: https://digest.bps.org.uk/podcast/Read more about PsychCrunch research podcasts
This is the page where we can share news and developments in the field. If you have any announcements to make about qualitative research in psychotherapy that you would like to share with colleagues, please contact the Editor, Linda Finlay: email@example.com. News of new publications or research initiatives will be of particular interest to readers.
The British Society for Phenomenology Annual Conference 2019 – the Theory and Practice of Phenomenology2019-06-18
BSP Annual Conference, and we have launched early bird registration (closing 31 July).
Here is the url to the conference website with all the details: https://www.britishphenomenology.org.uk/conference/
The British Society for Phenomenology Annual Conference 2019 – the Theory and Practice of Phenomenology. Location and time > International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Manchester, UKRead more about The British Society for Phenomenology Annual Conference 2019 – the Theory and Practice of Phenomenology
16-18 October, Porto, Portugal
https://wcqr.info/world-coRead more about 4th World Conference on Qualitative Research (WCQR2019)
Here is some advance notice of the 2019 Qualitative Methods in Psychology Conference (History & Philosophy in Psychology section) due to be held in Cardiff, Wales on 3rd-5th July. Please find submission information below:
2018-09-22The Qualitative Vision for Psychology: An invitation to a human science approach Edited by Constance T. Fischer, Leswin Laubscher & Roger Brooke July 2016 | ISBN 978-0-8207-0490-6 This new book invites readers to engage in forms of qualitative research, taking a 'human science' - rather than 'natural science' - approach to psychological research. The aim is to view the people we study as humans rather than objects of study. While not specifically geared to psychotherapists, much of the content is relevant to our work. Read more about The Qualitative Vision for Psychology: An invitation to a human science approach