Based at the School of Health in Social Science, Counselling and Psychotherapy is one of Scotland’s leading providers of postgraduate education, training and research in the field of Counselling Studies.
With more than 15 years experience of providing education and training, Counselling and Psychotherapy has been at the forefront of the development of counselling as a professional activity.
Since 2000, Counselling and Psychotherapy has consolidated its expertise in training and education with the development of a substantive programme of research of international standing, firmly locating the practice of counselling within the field of social scientific enquiry.
Hope Park Counselling Centre offers counselling to individuals over the age of 16 living in Edinburgh.
View our staff list and individual staff profiles to find out more about us. Staff profiles include information on publications and research interests.
- Queering Counselling through Vulnerability, Authenticity, Rupture and Repair
- What does being ‘relational’ in therapy mean?
- Making Poems from People’s Stories: Poetic Portraiture as Representation, Inquiry, and Community Engagement
- Who's in control? Rewriting narratives of violence through creative film practice
- Taking Research into Practice: A practitioner journey into domestic abuse counselling
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The Centre for Creative-Relational Inquiry (CCRI) fosters innovative qualitative research that places the relational at its heart. Key to the vision for the Centre is that it develop the ‘creative-relational’ as a dynamic conceptual frame for vibrant, incisive research.
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