Lauren Sayers is theLead Researcher and a trainee clinician at EASE Wellbeing. She has co-produced research that has been published in the Hermeneutic Circular, the journal for the Society of Existential Analysis and the Journal of Constructivist Psychology. She has also contributed towards writing EASE Wellbeing’s handbook and clinical policies. Lauren volunteered for Childline as a counsellor for two years and is currently completing a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling. Prior to this in 2016 she completed a foundation certificate in Psychotherapy and Counselling Skills at Regents University in and in 2015 she graduated from the University of Reading with a first class honours degree in Psychology. During her degree she volunteered for the National Autistic Society, working with a young adult with Autism on a one to one basis. She additionally partook in a research programme at the University of Reading within the Centre of Neuroscience and Neurodynamics. During this time, she measured the chemical concentrations in the brain which were hypothesised to be different in those with Autism.
Publications by Lauren Sayers:
- What do clients want from talking therapy?
- Being and Doing
- Caldicott Guardians
- Physical and Mental Health Care
- Informed Consent
- Mental Capacity Act
- Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults
- Achieving Excellence in Recovery Orientated Services
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