Ward, T. and Hogan, K.
A trial of client-centred counselling over the telephone for persons with ME.
Counselling Psychology Review, 24 (2).
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a 10-point Likert scale, the intervention in terms of the core client-centred principles. They were asked about
their reactions to the counselling, how useful it was, and whether they had any comments on the work being telephone-based. These interviews were transcribed and subject to thematic analysis. Session transcripts were also reviewed to identify the core presenting issues. Whilst telephone counselling might seem somewhat limited compared to face-to-face methods, participant feedback suggested that it was acceptable. The conclusion is that client-centred methods delivered over the telephone can be an effective form of intervention for clients with ME.
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