CREST Debate: What epistemology works best for whom in psychotherapy research?, Ponsonby Room, Wednesday, 27. February 2019

The CREST debate for 2019 will focus on epistemology, with speakers debating the question 'What epistemology works best for whom in psychotherapy research?'.
Please see below for a list of speakers and statements.
Mick Cooper is a Professor of Counselling Psychology at the University of Roehampton and a chartered psychologist. Statement: '“Horses for courses”: As researchers, each of us needs to find the epistemology that works right for us'.
Rosie Rizq is a Counselling Psychologist and Professor of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at the University of Roehampton. Statement: 'Who is the subject supposed to know about what epistemology works for whom? What are the limits of our authority as researchers?'
John Rae is a Reader in Psychology, Dept of Psychology, Univ of Roehampton. Statement: 'I’ll argue that researchers have a responsibility to be clear about what kind of contribution to knowledge their research can make, and to be mindful of the how they communicate what they are doing.  I will question the coherence and helpfulness of the idea that a researcher can choose a theory of knowledge.'
Petra Kagleder is a PsychD student and researches the perception of the teaching and learning of epistemology within UK Counselling Psychology programmes. Statement: 'What works from whom’ implies choice between research epistemologies. How much choice is there actually though, given the dominance of Western knowledge bases and epistemologies?'
 

Wednesday, 27. February 2019, Ponsonby Room, CREST Debate: What epistemology works best for whom in psychotherapy research?

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