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Evaluation of the Welsh School-based Counselling Strategy : final report

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Evaluation of the Welsh School-based Counselling Strategy: Final Report Ymchwil gymdeithasol Social research Number: 23/2011 Dadansoddi ar gyfer Polisi Analysis for Policy 2 Evaluation of the Welsh School-based Counselling Strategy: Final Report November 2011 Views expressed in this report are those of the researcher and not necessarily those of the Welsh Government For further information please contact: Name: Alison Rees Knowledge and Analytical Services Welsh Government Cathays Park Cardiff CF10 3NQ Tel: 02920 801125 Email: [email protected] Welsh Government Social Research, 2011 © Crown Copyright 2011 3 Evaluation Team Andy Hill Head of Research, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Mick Cooper Professor of Counselling, University of Strathclyde Joanne Pybis Research Facilitator, BACP Karen Cromarty Senior Lead Advisor for Children and Young People, BACP Sue Pattison Degree Programme Director, University of Newcastle upon Tyne Sheila Spong Claire Dowd Coordinator of NCCR, Newport University Newport University Claire Leahy Cardiff Educational Psychology Service Angela Couchman Jack Rogers Research Office Manager, BACP Research Officer, BACP Kate Smith Research Director, Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute1 Nick Maybanks Research Executive, Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute Acknowledgements The Evaluation Team would like to express their thanks to Sylvia Jones, Alison Rees and Graham Davies; all the participants in the research: clients, pupils, parents, school staff, head teachers, service managers and Local Authority Leads; and Michael Borenstein, Graham Dunn, Alex McConachie and Dave Saxon for statistical advice. Thanks to Sage Publications ( for permission to reprint extracts from Cooper, M. (2008). Essential Research Findings in Counselling and Psychotherapy

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