Conference Papers

Eljee Javier

Javier, E. (2011). Researcher positionality: The effect of revealing my story to my participants in a narrative based study. Paper presented at 7th Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, 18 – 21 May 2011, Urbana-Champagne, Illinois, USA.

Javier, E. (2010). Finding one’s own voice – Balancing the views of the researcher within narrative inquiry when exploring race and teacher identity in an EFL context. Paper presented at “Narrative Matters 2010 – Exploring the narrative landscape: Issues, investigations, and interventions” hosted by the CIRN in Fredericton, 20 – 22 May 2010, New Brunswick, Canada.

Liz Royle

Addressing issues of stigma and creating accessible services. Delivered by Liz Royle as part of a symposium: Working creatively to promote resilience in the uniformed services. European Conference on Traumatic Stress, June 2011, Vienna.

Are EMDR therapists at greater risk of secondary trauma? A symposium session at the 2010 national EMDR UK and Ireland conference in Dublin by Catherine Kerr and Liz Royle.

Secondary Trauma in Mental Health Professionals, A workshop at the 2009 UK Psychological Trauma Society inaugural conference in Edinburgh by Liz Royle.

The ESTSS Task Force for Managing Trauma in the Uniformed Services: Interim report on a European survey into interventions, A poster presentation at the 2009 International Critical Incident Stress Foundation World Congress in Baltimore, United States.

Royle, E. (2003) “An exploration of the perceptions of police firearms officers to traumatic work-related incidents and the relevance, in their opinion, of different support interventions offered.” Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 3(2): 173 and presented at the 9th Annual BACP Counselling and Psychotherapy Research Conference in 2003.

Royle, E. (2008) EMDR as a therapeutic treatment for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS): A case study. Journal of EMDR Practice and Research Vol. 2(3): 226-232 and poster presentation by Liz Royle at the 2008 EMDR Europe Conference, London.


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