Exploring the process of attending a reflective practice group during training: A preliminary grounded theory study of qualified clinical psychologists’ experiences
Fairhurst, A. 2011. Exploring the process of attending a reflective practice group during training: A preliminary grounded theory study of qualified clinical psychologists’ experiences. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Department of Applied Psychology
Section A: This section critically considers reflective practice definitions, conceptualisations and implementation within dominant theoretical models. The value and limitations of the favoured method for developing reflective capacities in clinical psychology training, the reflective practice group (RPG), are described. Group theory and the current empirical evidence base for RPGs within counsellor and clinical psychology training are critically considered and future research is suggested.
|Keywords||Reflective practice, Reflective practice groups, Personal and professional development, Clinical psychology training|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||18 Nov 2011|
|Accepted author manuscript|