Why Research? Linking Research to Clinical Practice: Therapists as Researchers Evidence-Based Practice and Practice-Based Evidence Switching on Your Curiosity: Developing Research Ideas Making Sense of 'Ologies' Getting to Grips with Research What Others Have Said: Doing A Literature Review Making it Happen: Applying Research Methods How Was It For You?
Graham Bright was a lecturer in counselling at Darlington College and is now a Senior Lecturer in Education at York St John University. His academic interests relate to youth and community work, social policy, social inclusion, the voluntary sector, qualitative methodologies and the interface between personal biographies, vocation, formation and professional identities in the children and young people's workforce. Gill Harrison is a lecturer in counselling at Redcar and Cleveland College and teaches on the Counselling Foundation Degree.
I'm a fairly experienced researcher but there are times when I disengage from my work and lose motivation. Reading this book would renew my excitement and eagerness for research - an invaluable quality. -- Charlie Jackson