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A Friend in Practice: Research Academy 2019

18th – 19th March

13 Gunnersbury Avenue, London, W5 3XD

 

The aim of this year’s Research Academy at Metanoia Institute is to develop and support the research community of

practitioners through hands-on seminars on:

 

• New trends and findings in psychotherapy research

• Practical help in developing research proposals

• Insight into choosing and applying methodologies

 

Registration fees: £120 per day.

Metanoia Institute alumni: £90 per day.

Metanoia Institute students: £50 for two days.

 

Programme

 

DAY 1: 18 March 2019

10.00. Arrival and coffee

10.30. Keynote by Dr Felicitas Rost Research lead at the Portman Clinic, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust and current president of the Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR) UK Chapter Keynote title: Psychotherapy in the Era of Evidence-Based Practice - Challenging its subordination to medical Science and calling upon the need to building bridges between research methodologies.

12.00. Workshop by Felicitas Rost Workshop title: Bridging the Divide between Qualitative and Quantitative. Q-Sort Methodology: An introduction to an innovative tool for psychotherapy research

1.15. Lunch

Afternoon: 4 parallel streams, repeated twice

2.30-4.00 Stream 1

 

Research question and literature

review in research projects

 

 Choosing Methodology

Research design 

 Gaining Ethical Approval

 Dr Joel Vos

 Dr Sofie Bager-Charleson

 Dr Evi Chryssafidou

 Mr Peter Pearce

 

4.00.-4.30 coffee

4.30-6.00 Stream 2

 Research question and literature

review in research projects

Choosing Methodology

 Research design

Gaining Ethical Approval 

 Dr Joel Vos

 Dr Sofie Bager-Charleson

 Dr Evi Chryssafidou

 Mr Peter Pearce

      

6.00-6.15 Ending

 

DAY 2 19th of March 2019

 

10.00. Arrival and coffee

Morning and afternoon: 4 parallel streams, repeated twice

10.30-13.00 Stream 1

 

Action Inquiry  

 Mixed methods research

 Bringing creativity and rigour

to phenomenological research

Case Study Research

 Dr Gill Coleman

 Dr Alan Priest

 Dr Rupert King 

 Dr Biljana van Rijn

      

13.15- 2.30. Lunch

2.30-5.00. Stream 2

Action Inquiry 

Mixed methods research 

 Bringing creativity and rigour

to phenomenological research 

Case Study Research 

 Dr Gill Coleman

 Dr Alan Priest

 Dr Rupert King

  Dr Biljana van Rijn

     

5.00-5.15 Ending

 

Download full programme. It includes outline of workshops and Presenter’s bios

 

Frequently asked questions 

 

Who is it for:

* For therapists who want to enhance their practice by doing research

* For therapists and other practitioners who want to develop research projects

* For students developing research proposals

* For research students at different stages in their journey of enquiry

* Anyone curious to know more about conducting psychotherapy research

Can I attend just for one day?

* Yes

Will I receive a CPD certificate?

* Yes. You will receive a Metanoia Institute CPD certificate

Booking Form

Please select the session you want to attend.

Sessions Day 1
Sessions Day 2