Category Archive: Robert King

How can clinicians work effectively with e-mental health resources?

Return to Journal Articles Robert King [1], Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia 1.  What are e-mental health resources? e-mental health refers to provision of mental health services electronically rather than through the usual face-to-face methods that have prevailed ever since Breuer announced the ‘talking cure’.  Sometimes e-mental health includes services provided by telephone or video conference …

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How can clinicians work effectively with e-mental health resources?

The purpose of this article is to stimulate thought among clinicians concerning the role of technology and in particular the Internet in provision of psychotherapy and counselling. The timing is influenced by the impending rollout of Commonwealth funded training for…

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Research and evaluation in psychotherapy and counselling

Return to Journal Articles Robert King[1]Professor, School of Psychology and Counselling,Queensland University of Technology. Why research? There are two reasons why organisations and agencies that provide psychotherapy or counselling, and professional associations for psychotherapists and counsellors should be actively engaged in research. The first is that research generates information that can usefully inform practice. In …

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Research and evaluation in psychotherapy and counselling

Professor King discusses why research in psychotherapy and counselling is imperative and how service organisations and professional bodies can partner with universities to achieve this end.

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