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  • McBeath, A.G (2007) Existential Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis: Poles Apart?

    In Further Existential Challenges to Psychotherapeutic Theory and Practice. Karnac Books. London

  • McBeath, A.G. (2008) Personal Profiles and Reflections: Reflections of an Assessor:

    Register of Psychologists Specialising in Psychology, Counselling Psychology Review, 23 (1), 60-63. 

  • McBeath, A.G (2012) Book Review - Towards Professional Wisdom: Practical Deliberation in the People Professions.

    Editors L. Bondi, D. Carr, C Clarke, C Clegg. Farnham Ashgate (2011), British Journal of Guidance and Counselling,  1-2.

  • McBeath, A.G. (2015) The First World War: Shell-shock’s forgotten Psychologists

    Psychotherapy Review, British Psychological Society, 55, 30-35.

  • McBeath, A.G. (2016) Freud’s Seduction Theory: Fact and Myth

    Psychotherapy Review, British Psychological Society, 57, 45-52.

  • McBeath, A.G. (2016) Books That Matter (Reciprocal Understanding),

    The Hermeneutic Circle (April 2016), Society for Existential Analysis. 29-30.

  • McBeath, A.G. & Greenlees, P. (2016) Psychological and Therapeutic Issues Associated with Membership of High-Demand Religious Groups

    Psychotherapy Review, 58, British Psychological Society. 71-76.

  • McBeath, A.G. (2016) The Unconscious Needs and Motivations of Psychotherapists

    Psychotherapy Review, British Psychological Society, 58, 31-38.

  • McBeath, A.G. (2016) Transgender Couples Counselling: An Issue Based Approach.

    Counselling for Scotland, COSCA.

  • McBeath, A.G. (2017). Reflections on Loneliness

    Psychotherapy Review, 59, British Psychological Society. 26-32

  • McBeath, A.G. (2017) Panic in the Cockpit: A Case Study of Anxiety Treatment

    Psychotherapy Review, 59, British Psychological Society. 16-20.

  • McBeath, A.G. (2017) A Response to Meaninglessness (The Myth of Sysiphus),

    The Hermeneutic Circle. Society for Existential Analysis. 28-29.

  • McBeath, A. G. (2017) When a Therapist Falls ill.

    Counselling for Scotland, COSCA11-14.

  • McBeath, A.G. (2018) Sadness and Depression: Different Phenomena

    Psychotherapy Review, 61, British Psychological Society. 24-29.

  • Bager-Charleson, S. du Plock, S and McBeath, A.G. (2018) Therapists Have a lot to Add to the Field of Research, but Many Don’t Make it There: A Narrative Thematic Inquiry into Counsellors’ and Psychotherapists’ Embodied Engagement with Research.

    Psychoanalysis and Language, 7 (1), 4-22.

  • McBeath, A.G. (2019) - Book Review - Learning Along the Way: Further reflections on psychoanalysis and psychotherapy (Patrick Casement, 2018).

    Psychotherapy Review, 63, 80 – 81.

  • McBeath A. G. (2019). The motivations of psychotherapists: An in-depth survey.

    Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 19(4), 377–387.

  • Bager-Charleson S., McBeath A. G. & du Plock S. (2019) The relationship between psychotherapy practice and research: A mixed-methods exploration of practitioners’ views.

    Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 19(3), 195–205.

  • Bager-Charleson, S. McBeath, A.G. & du Plock, S. (2019)

    Guest editors for two Special Issues of Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, What core knowledge is needed to be a therapist ? 19 (3).

  • Jäderberg, L., Goss, S & McBeath, A. G. (2019) Exploring the factors affecting child and adolescent psychotherapists’ and counsellors’ decision making in clinical work with parents.

    Counselling and Psychotherapy Research

  • McBeath, A.G., Bager-Charleson, S. & Abarbanel. A. (2019) Therapists and Academic Writing:

    "Once upon a time psychotherapy practitioners and researchers were the same people". European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 19, 103-116.

  • Bager-Charleson, S. & McBeath, A.G. (2020) (in press)

    Enjoying Research in the Field of Therapy. Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed methods Research. Palgrave: MacMillan

  • McBeath, A.G. (2020) (in press) Enjoying Quantitative research with Statistics. In S.Bager-Charleson & A.G. McBeath (Eds).

    Enjoying Research in the Field of Therapy. Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed methods Research. Palgrave: MacMillan

  • McBeath, A.G. (2020) (in press). Doing Quantitative research with a Survey.

    In S. Bager-Charleson & A.G. McBeath (Eds). Enjoying Research in the Field of Therapy. Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed methods Research. Palgrave: MacMillan

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