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From the perspective of an educational psychotherapist, whose concern is with the emotional factors and experiences which can affect learning, this article seeks to explore and reflect upon the views and findings concerning the role and importance of fathers which may be linked to learning and...
This paper examines aspects of coming out as a gay or lesbian person through the models of identity development presented in the literature as well as presenting some findings from face-to-face in-depth interviews conducted with young people telling us what it is like to grow up and identify...
Psychotherapy research usually describes how client change is caused by therapist interventions. This article describes how clients change by continuing to use and revising the strategies for change that they bring with them when they first enter therapy. This article presents data from a...
Scenes of public grieving such as followed the death of Princess Diana bear little resemblance to the 'taboo' status of death and bereavement at an individual level. For schools and the support services with whom they work, responding to pupils' experiences of loss and death, especially of...
This article explores the research underpinning views of emotional well-being and its development in schools and classrooms. Research concerning the concepts of emotional intelligence, resilience and protective factors, mental health and young people and emotional regulation is examined and its...
Schools in the UK and beyond continue to experience the damaging effects of 'top down', 'one size fits all' 'outcome-based' educational reforms. Educators struggle to meet the dual demands of a punishing performativity- and accountability-driven regime alongside the personal, social, emotional...
Three trends in the evolution of the UK Learndirect advice service are identified: the partial migration from telephone to web-based services; the trend within the telephone service from information/advice-oriented interventions to more guidance-oriented interventions; and the move from a mainly...
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