Category Archive: Kirsty Andersen

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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