Therapy as biography: Different ways of constructing a narrative of the person's life
Therapy as biography: Different ways of constructing a narrative of the person's life, and discussion of why that might be important by Professor Julia Buckroyd.
Julia Buckroyd is a well known therapist, broadcaster, trainer and author. She brings her personal research experience to provide her clients with evidence based interventions. She is Emeritus Professor of Counselling at the University of Hertfordshire, and a Fellow of the BACP.
Her original training was as an academic historian but she re-trained first as a counsellor and then as a psychotherapist with the Guild of Psychotherapists.
She was editor of Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, the research journal for BACP for four years where she supported the development of counselling and psychotherapy research in the UK.
She has applied her research to clinical work including a pilot service in a PCT. She offers supervision, workshops and consultancy to a wide range of organisations as well as continuing to see clients in her private practice.
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