Category Archive: John Meteyard

Book Review for Morris Eagle’s Attachment and Psychoanalysis: Theory, Research and Clinical Implications (Guilford Press, 2013)

John Meteyard, Senior Lecturer, Christian Heritage College   As recently as 2001, well known attachment theory researcher and author, Peter Fonagy, noted that there has been a tradition of “bad blood” between the disciplines of psychoanalysis and attachment theory. This unfortunate feud appears to stem back to at least the early 1960s and the now famous dismissal of …

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Book Review for Morris Eagle’s Attachment and Psychoanalysis: Theory, Research and Clinical Implications (Guilford Press, 2013)

Return to Journal Articles John Meteyard, Senior Lecturer, Christian Heritage College   As recently as 2001, well known attachment theory researcher and author, Peter Fonagy, noted that there has been a tradition of “bad blood” between the disciplines of psychoanalysis and attachment theory. This unfortunate feud appears to stem back to at least the early 1960s …

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The effect of counselling training on differentiation of self, religious quest and epistemological development

Return to Journal Articles John Meteyard[1] and Kirsty Andersen Christian Heritage College, Brisbane, Australia Address for correspondence:Dr. J. D. MeteyardSenior Lecturer, School of Social ScienceChristian Heritage College, P.O. Box 2246, Mansfield BC, Qld 4122, AustraliaEmail: jmeteyard@chc.edu.au Introduction Personal growth, development of greater self-awareness and interpersonal and intrapersonal maturation have long been seen as important dimensions …

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The relationship between anxiety and managing interpersonal difference: Implications for couples counselling

Return to Journal Articles John Meteyard and Kirsty Andersen Christian Heritage College, Brisbane, Australia Denis O’Hara University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland Introduction This study examines a common but rarely investigated phenomenon within the field of relationship counselling – the role of anxiety management in allowing people to tolerate differences in the context of interpersonal relationships …

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The relationship between anxiety and managing interpersonal difference: Implications for couples counselling

In this article, the authors investigate the relationship between the capacity to manage and tolerate difference in others and trait anxiety.

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The effect of counselling training on differentiation of self, religious quest and epistemological development

This article evaluates the effectiveness of training programs at a faith-based institution in facilitating the interpersonal, intrapersonal, spiritual and epistemological maturation of counselling students.

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