Consorting with gargoyles: Using fictionalised accounts in counselling and psychotherapy research

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Abstract

Arts-based methods continue to make inroads into the domains hitherto regarded as 'social science'. There is a growing tradition of fictionalised research, particularly within educational settings, not least as a means of re-presenting research that would not otherwise become available within public domains (e.g., Clough, 2002). This paper is presented within the genre of 'creative scholarship' and is an account of the author's interest in the gargoyles that first appeared in her life when she began to work at one of the UK's leading research universities. This relationship paralleled the author's development as a researcher, writer and scholar.
Translated title of the contributionConsorting with gargoyles: Using fictionalised accounts in counselling and psychotherapy research
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBACP research conference, University of Nottingham
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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Conference Organiser: BACP

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