Dr Gary Tebble
Lecturer in Counselling &Psy & CAMH
Allied Health, Social Work & Wellbeing
Department: Allied Health, Social Work & Wellbeing
Email address: [email protected]https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4137-7528 View full profile
Dr Gary Tebble has four main publications to date:
- Tebble, G. (2016) cited in Gubi, P., & Swinton, V (Eds) Researching Lesser-Explored Issues in Counselling and Psychotherapy. UK: Karnac Books.
- Reeves, A., & Tebble, G. (2018) cited in Reeves, A (Ed). An Introduction to Counselling & Psychotherapy: From Theory to Practice (2nd Ed). London: Sage.
- Tebble, G. (2017). Shared Decision Making. Children and Young Person’s Journal. UK. British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.
- Tebble, G. (2021). Counselling Boys with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD): An adapted Pluralistic Approach (2021) UK. Palgrave MacMillan. (Current Project-Due to be completed by December 2021)
Dr Gary Tebble has several areas of research interest and is particularly concerned with extending knowledge and writings within the following areas:
- The use of Shared Decision Making (Meta-Therapeutic Communication) in counselling and psychotherapy with children and young people.
- The efficacy of pluralistic counselling/psychotherapy with children and young people.
- The efficacy of pluralistic counselling/psychotherapy with children and young people who belong to a specific learning difficulties (SpLD) or special educational needs (SEND) client grouping.
- Research Methods and Ethics when working with children and young people.
- The use of case study/case series methodology with adults and C/YP in counselling and psychotherapy.
- Complex Trauma and Attachment (Children and Young People).
- Adolescents with offending behaviours and the efficacy of counselling/psychotherapy.
- School-based counselling (SBC)
- Inter-agency working with complex clients (C/YP)
- The efficacy of EMDR therapy when working with adolescents within the offending behaviour field.
- Boys/Men’s mental health and promoting access to counselling/psychotherapy.
- Neuro-diversity and increasing access to counselling/psychotherapy for children and young people with ASD/ADHD.