Hi Doc Reason. Welcome to the wiki. I am very happy to follow your efforts. I think the issue of validation of therapies, the establishment of brands of accepted practise etc is one we will wrestle with for some time. I am hoping you will be able to contribute to this debate. My own view is that many of us in our professional practice work out of a personally integrated model See Kiff, J A (2006a), seeking to employ established techniques as tools to use in the service of our clients. There are dangers with this, as there is with inappropriately sticking to narrow evidenced based practice. Some of these tools have still to be operationalised yet and tested. I am interested to see if your contributions make this explicit? Whats your take on this, are you a clinician yourself?
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Lifeartist 12:13, 26 July 2006 (UTC)
Hi Lifeartist and all. I'm a psychology researcher. I mostly research the use of information processing psychology at work. I also research therapy and coping skills at work. I believe the debate can be very well represented using the wiki system. At least, we are starting off with the idea that there is a debate. Sounds like a good launch pad already. Cheers Doc Reason 12:19, 26 July 2006 (UTC)
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