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Carol Holliday

Position/Status

  • Affiliated Lecturer

E-mail Address

cah66@cam.ac.uk

Phone

(+44) 01223 767609

Qualifications

D. Psych.
U.K.C.P. registered psychotherapist
BSc, ARCS, Dip IATE, ILT, MBACP

Membership of Professional Bodies/Associations

  • Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • Member of the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education
  • Member of the Metanoia Institute
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Registered Psychotherapist with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy

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Profile

I am a senior integrative arts psychotherapist, registered with UKCP, with over twenty years experience of clinical practice. I work with people of all ages and my main interests in psychotherapy are working with children and young people, and the therapeutic role of adults in the lives of children. I also have a particular interest in working with images, play and the arts in therapy, education and research. The twin threads of relationship and the arts weave through all aspects of my work. I also work as a clinical supervisor.


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Research Topics

  • The therapeutic relationship in child counselling and psychotherapy
  • Relational aspects of teaching and learning
  • Working with images in counselling and psychotherapy
  • Working with images in qualitative research
  • The effectiveness of child and adolescent counselling and psychotherapy

Current Research Projects

Investigating the use of video focused reflective dialogue to enhance teacher/pupil relationships

What motivates people to become child and adolescent psychotherapeutic counsellors?

Course Involvement

My role at the faculty includes leading the child and adolescent psychotherapeutic counselling programme which is accredited by the BACP. My teaching commitment includes contributing to the following courses:

Postgraduate certificate child and adolescent psychotherapeutic counselling
Postgraduate diploma child and adolescent psychotherapeutic counselling
MEd Child and Adolescent Psychotherapeutic Counselling
MPhil Child and Adolescent Psychotherapeutic Counselling

Research Methods

Education Tripos


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Publications

Holliday, C., Peacock, F., and Lewoski, C. (2017). Student motivations for undertaking a child and adolescent psychotherapeutic counselling course. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 1–11. https://doi.org/10.1080/03069885.2017.1309519

Burnard, P., Holliday, C., Susanne J., and Nikolova, A. (2017 in review). 'Artists and arts-based method use in higher education: A living inquiry of an academic programme in a school of education' In T. Chemi (Eds) Arts-based Methods in Higher Education. London: Palgrave.

Holliday, C. and Wroe, J.B. (2016)Graphic Lives: Hari.  London: Speechmark

Holliday, C. and Wroe, J.B. (2016)Graphic Lives: Ava.  London: Speechmark

Holliday, C. and Wroe, J.B. (2016)Graphic Lives: Lexi.  London: Speechmark

Holliday, C. and Wroe, J.B. (2016)Graphic Lives: Essential Support Guide.  London: Speechmark

Holliday, Carol, McLaughlin, Colleen. (2016) "Counseling in Schools." In Oxford Bibliographies in Education. Ed. Luanna Meyer. New York: Oxford University Press.

Holliday, C. (2015) What informs our interventions? BACP Children and Young People Journal. December 2015

Holliday, C. (2015) Teacher perceptions of the influence of a psychotherapeutic counselling course on their identity and practice. British Psychological Society. Psychology of Education Review. Vol. 39, No. 2, 2015, pp. 22-25.

Holliday, C. (2015) Exploring the contributions of psychotherapy to the teacher/child relationship. In S. Goss, & C. Stevens, Making Research Matter: Researching for change in the theory and practice of counselling and psychotherapy. Oxon: Routledge

Pam Burnard, Carol Holliday, Susanne Jasilek, Afrodita Nikolova. (2015) Artists and Higher Education Partnerships: A Living Enquiry. Education Journal. Vol. 4, No. 3, 2015, pp. 98-105. doi: 10.11648/j.edu.20150403.12

Holliday, C. Fuller, T. Peacock, F. and Lewoski, C. (2014) Contracting in Counselling http://counsellingminded.com/

Holliday, C. Fuller, T. Peacock, F. and Lewoski, C. (2014) Concluding Counselling http://counsellingminded.com/

McLaughlin, C. & Holliday, C. (Eds), (2014) Therapy with Children and Young People: Integrative Counselling in Schools and other Settings. London: Sage

Holliday, C. (2014) The Therapeutic Relationship: Building a working alliance with children and adolescents. In C. McLaughlin, & C. Holliday, (Eds), Therapy with Children and Young People: Integrative Counselling in Schools and other Settings. London: Sage

Holliday, C. (2014) The Therapeutic Relationship: Conditions and processes. In C. McLaughlin, & C. Holliday, (Eds), Therapy with Children and Young People: Integrative Counselling in Schools and other Settings. London: Sage

Holliday, C. (2014) Working with thinking, feeling and the importance of the body. In C. McLaughlin, & C. Holliday, (Eds), Therapy with Children and Young People: Integrative Counselling in Schools and other Settings. London: Sage

Holliday, C. (2014) Creative therapeutic interventions. In C. McLaughlin, & C. Holliday, (Eds), Therapy with Children and Young People: Integrative Counselling in Schools and other Settings. London: Sage

McLaughlin, C., Holliday, C., Clarke, B., and Ilie, S. (2013) Research on counselling and psychotherapy with children and young people: a systematic scoping review of the evidence for its effectiveness from 2003 –2011 Leics: BACP

Holliday, C., & Wroe, J. (2012) Forest of Feelings (2nd ed.). Hyde: LDA