04 April 2019
A total of £50,000 has been given to four universities and an NHS Trust for research to help advance the understanding and application of counselling psychology.
Provided by the British Psychological Society’s Division of Counselling Psychology, the grants offer opportunities to highlight and support new research in vital areas.
From a total of 19 research proposals, five were successful. They are:
Successful applicants will present their findings at the 2020 DCoP annual conference.
Sarb Bajwa, chief executive, of the BPS said:
“It’s extremely encouraging that our Division of Counselling Psychology has awarded grants to such varied topics.
It’s a great way to highlight the great and important work of counselling psychologists and the contribution they make to the discipline.”