Naomi Moller
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Measurement of adult attachment: The place of self-report and interview methodologies
D Jacobvitz, M Curran, N Moller
Attachment & Human Development 4 (2), 207-215, 2002
1822002
Continued attachment to parents: Its relationship to affect regulation and perceived stress among college students
CJ McCarthy, NP Moller, RT Fouladi
Measurement and evaluation in counseling and development 33 (4), 198-213, 2001
1692001
and-pencil or online? Evaluating mode effects on measures of emotional functioning and attachment
RT Fouladi, CJ Mccarthy, N Moller
Assessment 9 (2), 204-215, 2002
1512002
Relationship of attachment and social support to college students' adjustment following a relationship breakup
NP Moller, RT Fouladi, CJ McCarthy, KD Hatch
Journal of Counseling & Development 81 (3), 354-369, 2003
1072003
Preventive resources and emotion regulation expectancies as mediators between attachment and college students' stress outcomes.
CJ McCarthy, RG Lambert, NP Moller
International Journal of Stress Management 13 (1), 1, 2006
862006
Defining infidelity in research and couple counseling: A qualitative study
NP Moller, A Vossler
Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy 41 (5), 487-497, 2015
642015
Earned Attachment Security: Its Relationship to Coping Resources and Stress Symptoms among College Students Following Relationship Breakup.
NP Moller, CJ McCarthy, RT Fouladi
Journal of College Student Development 43 (2), 213-30, 2002
482002
New students' psychological well-being and its relation to first year academic performance in a UK university
P Topham, N Moller
Counselling and Psychotherapy Research 11 (3), 196-203, 2011
452011
Risky business or safety net? Trainee perceptions of personal therapy: a qualitative thematic analysis
NP Moller, J Timms, K Alilovic
European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling 11 (4), 369-384, 2009
422009
‘Eating disorders are not about food, they’re about life’: Client perspectives on anorexia nervosa treatment
N Rance, NP Moller, V Clarke
Journal of health psychology 22 (5), 582-594, 2017
332017
The identity of counselling psychology in Britain is parochial, rigid and irrelevant but diversity offers a solution
N Moller
Counselling Psychology Review 26 (2), 8-16, 2011
292011
Suggestions for training students in using the Internet for career counseling
CJ McCarthy, N Moller, LM Beard
The Career Development Quarterly 51 (4), 368-382, 2003
292003
Eating disorder counsellors with eating disorder histories: A story of being “normal”
NM Rance, NP Moller, BA Douglas
Eating disorders 18 (5), 377-392, 2010
242010
Once upon a time…: Story completion methods
V Clarke, N Hayfield, N Moller, I Tischner
Cambridge University Press, 2017
232017
“If I See Somebody… I'll Immediately Scope Them Out”: Anorexia Nervosa Clients’ Perceptions of Their Therapists’ Body
NM Rance, V Clarke, NP Moller
Eating disorders 22 (2), 111-120, 2014
192014
The counselling and psychotherapy research handbook
A Vossler, N Moller
Sage, 2014
182014
The anorexia nervosa experience: Shame, Solitude and Salvation
N Rance, V Clarke, N Moller
Counselling and Psychotherapy Research 17 (2), 127-136, 2017
172017
The good, the bad and the uncertainty: Trainees' perceptions of the personal development group
NP Moller, N Rance
Counselling and Psychotherapy Research 13 (4), 282-289, 2013
172013
“The relationship past can't be the future”: couple counsellors' experiences of working with infidelity
A Vossler, NP Moller
Sexual and Relationship Therapy 29 (4), 424-435, 2014
152014
Recording therapy sessions: What do clients and therapists really think?
E Brown, N Moller, C Ramsey-Wade
Counselling and Psychotherapy Research 13 (4), 254-262, 2013
142013
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