Browsing by Author "Flanagan, Paul G."

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  • Editorial

    Bray, Peter; May, Janet; Flanagan, Paul G. (New Zealand Association of Counsellors, 2023)
    The Volume 43(1) editorial of the "New Zealand Journal of Counselling" reflects on the past year, highlighting local and global concerns such as COVID-19's impact, civil unrest, conflicts, and climate change. Looking ahead, ...
  • Ethical beginnings: Reflexive questioning in child sexuality research

    Flanagan, Paul G. (2012)
    This paper presents my experience of taking up an area from counselling practice into research practice, and exploring a range of ethical questions. This section describes movement from identity as a counselling practitioner ...
  • Ethical beginnings: Reflexive questioning in designing child sexuality research

    Flanagan, Paul G. (Routledge, 2013)
    Counselling young children referred for sexualised behaviour can challenge therapists’ ideas about childhood and sexuality. This area of practice is complex and sensitive, and calls upon collaboration with a range of ...
  • Ethical review and reflexivity in research of children's sexuality

    Flanagan, Paul G. (Routledge, 2012)
    Research in the area of children's sexuality is largely based on observational and retrospective studies. Childhood studies literature increasingly calls upon the inclusion of children's voices, yet with sensitive topics ...
  • Ethics, relationships and pragmatics in the use of e-technologies in counselling supervision

    Flanagan, Paul G.; Cottrell, Caroline; Graham, Hilary; Marsden, Victaria; Roberts, Liz; Young, Jean (New Zealand Association of Counsellors, 2017)
    International literature and local anecdotal evidence report increasing use of video and other e-technology in counselling supervision. In this small-scale study, five experienced supervisors were interviewed about their ...