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MON 20 FEB
IACP Second Research Journal Club  (20/02/23) CPDFREE Facilitators: Aisling O’Connor and Dr Caitriona Kinsella
Zoom
20-02-2023   Starts: 19:00p.m. - 20::30.p.m.
1.5 CPD hours
IACP Members Only

Places Limited to 200

Bookings will close Friday 17th Feb 2023

Second Research Journal Club 


Research paper under discussion  “Mind our professional gaps: Competent lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender mental health services,” by Markus P. Bidell from Counselling Psychology Review, Vol 31, No 1, June 2016.

Along with the Research Committee members facilitating the discussion, the 2022 IACP Research Excellence Award recipient – Neil O’Connor - will participate, sharing insights into his own research in this area, based on his paper ‘That safety of naming’: exploring internalised homonegativity in LGBTQ+ therapists and its impact on therapeutic work’ from the IJCP Vol 20, Issue 4 Winter 2020.


Running order:

7.00-7.05 Introduction – Research Committee Chair and IACP Research Lead

7.05-7.25 Research paper outline and conversation by RC facilitators

7.25-7.40 Research Excellence award recipient

7.40-8.00 Breakout rooms

8.00-8.30 General discussion


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