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A Confidential Space: Ethical Considerations When Counselling Children and Young People
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written by Judith Mulcahy and Peter Jenkins; presented by Judith Mulcahy and Peter Jenkins; produced by Mike Simmons (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2011), 1 hour 27 mins

This video includes an hour-long interview with Peter Jenkins, carried out by Judith Mulcahy on the issues relating to confidentiality in therapeutic work with children and young people in school settings. This is a complex topic, but Peter conveys some key messages about the value of this counselling with force a...

written by Judith Mulcahy and Peter Jenkins; presented by Judith Mulcahy and Peter Jenkins; produced by Mike Simmons (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2011), 1 hour 27 mins
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In-Conversation Series, 1, Dorothy Rowe in Conversation With Frank Wills
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written by Frank Wills and Dorothy Rowe; presented by Frank Wills and Dorothy Rowe, in In-Conversation Series, 1 (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2005), 1 hour 10 mins
One of the biggest changes to have taken place in the mental health field has been that regarding the treatment of depression. Fifty years ago, the vast majority of people who came for help with depression would have been offered drug treatment with a psychiatrist. This treatment was buttressed by a number of key...
written by Frank Wills and Dorothy Rowe; presented by Frank Wills and Dorothy Rowe, in In-Conversation Series, 1 (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2005), 1 hour 10 mins
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In-Conversation Series, 3, Francesca Inskipp and Brigid Proctor in Conversation With Frank Wills
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written by Frank Wills, Brigid Proctor and Francesca Inskipp; presented by Frank Wills, Brigid Proctor and Francesca Inskipp; produced by Mike Simmons, in In-Conversation Series, 3 (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2005), 1 hour 19 mins
Francesca Inskipp and Brigid Proctor have had a profound impact on the world of counselling and it’s undeniable that, without them, counselling in the UK simply wouldn’t be what it is today. In the 1970s and 1980s they made pioneering contributions to counselling training. Francesca broadcast the well-known Pr...
written by Frank Wills, Brigid Proctor and Francesca Inskipp; presented by Frank Wills, Brigid Proctor and Francesca Inskipp; produced by Mike Simmons, in In-Conversation Series, 3 (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2005), 1 hour 19 mins
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In-Conversation Series, 4, Tim Bond in Conversation With Frank Wills
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written by Frank Wills and Tim Bond; presented by Frank Wills and Tim Bond; produced by Mike Simmons, in In-Conversation Series, 4 (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2006), 1 hour 3 mins
Tim Bond has played a leading role in the development of ethical practice in counselling - both in the UK and throughout the world. A former chair of the BACP, an academic and a counsellor, his key work, 'Standards and Ethics for Counselling in Action', awoke counsellors and psychotherapists alike to the growing n...
written by Frank Wills and Tim Bond; presented by Frank Wills and Tim Bond; produced by Mike Simmons, in In-Conversation Series, 4 (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2006), 1 hour 3 mins
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Making the Most of Supervision
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presented by Els van Ooijen, fl. 1990, Lesley Spencer, fl. 1993 and Mike Simmons (Herefordshire, England: University of South Wales, Newport, 2012), 1 hour 55 mins
Supervision is an essential component of a counsellor or therapist’s working life. For many trainees, however, the prospect of starting supervision can be a daunting one. They may well have heard about the supportive, formative and normative functions of the process, but they still find it all too easy to imagin...
presented by Els van Ooijen, fl. 1990, Lesley Spencer, fl. 1993 and Mike Simmons (Herefordshire, England: University of South Wales, Newport, 2012), 1 hour 55 mins
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Online Therapy
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written by Jacqui Atkinson; presented by Jacqui Atkinson (Herefordshire, England: University of South Wales, Newport, 2012), 58 mins
Jacqui Atkinson, founder member of the association for counsellors and therapists online discusses the practicalities and implications of offering Therapy online
written by Jacqui Atkinson; presented by Jacqui Atkinson (Herefordshire, England: University of South Wales, Newport, 2012), 58 mins
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Talking About Counseling
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written by Norma James, Jan Gray, Helen Burston and Sarah Rogers; presented by Norma James, Jan Gray, Helen Burston and Sarah Rogers; produced by Mike Simmons (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2006), 1 hour 23 mins
What's it like to be a counsellor? How do you get your first clients? What are the differences between private work and agency work? How do you decide how much to charge? How do you find a good supervisor? How do you know that you've found one? What happens if you have difficulties with one? What do you do if your...
written by Norma James, Jan Gray, Helen Burston and Sarah Rogers; presented by Norma James, Jan Gray, Helen Burston and Sarah Rogers; produced by Mike Simmons (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2006), 1 hour 23 mins
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Making Memories: Scrapbook Making for People With Dementia
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written by Mike Simmons and Lana Morris; presented by Mike Simmons and Lana Morris; produced by Mike Simmons (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2008), 53 mins
People have used scrapbooks to preserve memories for many years. Photographs, ticket stubs, pressed flowers and so on have all been chosen for the story they tell. More recently, however, the intentional use of the medium as a tool for provoking memory recall has become widely recognized. This links very closely t...
written by Mike Simmons and Lana Morris; presented by Mike Simmons and Lana Morris; produced by Mike Simmons (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2008), 53 mins
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Michael Jacobs in Conversation With Frank Wills
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produced by Mike Simmons (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2004), 1 hour 21 mins
Michael Jacobs’ work has made a significant contribution to the development of counselling in Britain and, since the publication of his first book “Still Small Voice” in 1982, he has produced a wide range of high quality, influential books on pastoral and psychodynamic counselling. His “Presenting Past”,...
produced by Mike Simmons (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2004), 1 hour 21 mins
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Counselling, Confidentiality & the Law, Part Two
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presented by Peter Jenkins; interview by Mike Simmons (Hereford, England: University of South Wales, Newport, 2012), 56 mins
Counselling and the law make uneasy bedfellows. Whilst counsellors often have no more than a vague idea of the ways in which the legal system might impact on their work, the legal profession itself is quite clear about what therapists should do if required to hand over their counselling notes, to appear in court a...
presented by Peter Jenkins; interview by Mike Simmons (Hereford, England: University of South Wales, Newport, 2012), 56 mins
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