The need to show how and why counselling works has led to an explosion of research activity and a growing focus on research in counselling and psychotherapy teaching and practice yet this book even now in its second edition stands alone in addressing qualitative research in therapy. Qualitative research in counselling and psychotherapy research in counselling and psychotherapy for example phenomenology grounded theory and discourse analysis that are discussed in subsequent chapters of this book in a later section of this chapter an example of a piece of hermeneutic psychotherapy research is discussed. Qualitative methods are particularly suited to answering the kinds of questions that counsellors and psychotherapists need to ask about their practice qualitative research methods in counselling and psychotherapy has therefore been written to help researchers find their way through the range of methodologies and techniques available to them. In reviewing qualitative research in counseling and psychotherapy mcleod 2011 i encountered with this text a backdrop of a grand tour question how well has the author contextualized qualitative inquiry in the realm of counseling and psychotherapy theory and practice i found mcleod 2011 constantly embedding qualitative methodology and plethora of methods into counseling and . Qualitative research in counselling 1 and psychotherapy achievement and potential in recent years qualitative research has become increasingly influential within social science education and healthcare research for many people wishing to do research into real life topics and problems in these fields
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