It’s that time of year again, and I’m marking process reports; it feels topical, therefore, to repost this blog entry I wrote for my friends at London Counselling Psychologists. Luckily, I’m marking those of my own supervisees, who have learned these lessons well (for which read: have had these lessons relentlessly drummed into their heads). For anyone who doesn’t fare as well on first assessment, you might want to consider whether these pointers could help you.
What’s a webinar, anyway? Basically, I’ve taken the core messages about the doctoral research process from the research methodology courses that I teach on a professional doctorate in counselling psychology, and I have translated them into an online seminar format. You can log on from home; you can see all the slides and hear me speaking; and you can either listen in on or participate in conversations with me about personal dilemmas in matching research question and methodology. You’ll also get the chance to receive personal feedback via email about your own research question/methodology match. Students rate my lectures highly, and I received excellent feedback on the first webinar (Developing Your Research Question) – even from webinar sceptics/newbies! Click on the picture above for a link to registration and more information about the contents of the webinar. Hope to see you there!
Extremely brief appearance on this 2013 ITN Channel 4 news piece on Snapchat
Talk in October 2014 at the Irish Childhood Bereavement Network conference
I appear briefly in this October 2011 ITN Channel 4 News piece on Facebook and our digital legacies.