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Dr Andreas Vossler's Research & Publications

Andreas Vossler et al. (2017-06-02) Working therapeutically in forensic settings, Sage
Andreas Vossler, Brigitte Squire and Clare Bingham (2017-06-02) Systemic approaches, Sage
Andreas Vossler et al. (editors) (2017-06-02) Mad or Bad? A Critical Approach to Counselling and Forensic Psychology, Sage
Harriet Smith, Naomi P. Moller and Andreas Vossler (2017) Family therapy ‘lite’? How family counsellors conceptualise their primary care family work, In British Journal of Guidance & Counselling 5(45)
Andreas Vossler (2016-10-01) Internet Infidelity 10 Years On: A Critical Review of the Literature, In The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families 4(24)
Danielle Kristina Pearson and Andreas Vossler (2016-06) Methodological issues in focus group research: The example of investigating counsellors’ experiences of working with same-sex couples, In Counselling Psychology Review 1(31)
Edith Steffen, Andreas Vossler and Joseph Stephen (2015-09-01) From shared roots to fruitful collaboration: How counselling psychology can benefit from (re)connecting with positive psychology, In Counselling Psychology Review 3(30)
Andreas Vossler and Naomi P. Moller (2015-03) ‘We argue a lot and don’t talk with each other’: How distressed are families when seeking Relate family counselling?, In Counselling and Psychotherapy Research 1(15)
Naomi P. Moller and Andreas Vossler (2015) Defining infidelity in research and couple counseling: a qualitative study, In Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy 5(41)

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