PH.D., Counselling, Keele University, UK, 1997
Membre de la Faculté des études supérieures et postdoctorales
Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
Effectiveness of Counselling and Psychotherapy Training
Client and counsellor experience of therapy interaction.
Positive Psychology and implications for counselling.
Flow and Counselling.
Spirituality and Leisure.
Counsellor self care and sources of renewal.
Good/significant moments of psychotherapy.
Theories of Counselling and Psychotherapy
Practicum in Group Work (concentration on Families)
Clinical Supervision in Individual Counseling I
Grafanaki, S., Alvarez, S., (2005). Positive Psychology: Fad or Focus for Creative Therapies?, British
Journal of Psychodrama and Sociodrama, vol.20(2) 39-52.
Grafanaki, S., Pearson, D., Cini, F.,Godula, , D., McKenzie, B., Nason, S., & Anderegg, M. (2005): Sources of Renewal: A Qualitative Study on the Experience and Role of Leisure in the life of Counsellors and
Psychologists. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, Vol. 18 (1), pp. 31-40.
Grafanaki, S. (2003) “On Becoming Congruent”: How Congruence works in Person-centred Counselling and
Practical Applications for training & Practice, In: Jeanne Watson, Rhonda Goldman and Margaret Warner
(Eds). Client Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy in the 21st Century: Advances in Theory, Research and Practice p.p. 278-290, Ross-on-Wye, UK: PCCS Publication.
Karlis, G., Grafanaki, S., and Abbas, J. (2002): Leisure and Spirituality a theoretical model, Leisure and
Society, vol 25 (1) pp. 205-214.
Grafanaki, S., & McLeod, J. (2002) Refinement and expansion of the concept of experiential congruence: a qualitative analysis of client and counsellor narrative accounts of significant events in time-limited personcentred therapy. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research vol.2 (1), pp. 20-33.
Grafanaki, S. (2001). What counselling research has taught us about congruence: Main discoveries and unresolved issues. In : G. Wyatt, Rogers TherapeuticConditions Evolution, Theory and Practice Vol 1:
Congruence, p.p. 18-35, Ross- on-Wye, UK: PCCS publications.
Grafanaki, S., & McLeod, J. Narrative processes in the construction of helpful & hindering events in experiential psychotherapy. Psychotherapy Research. 9 (3): 289-303: Special Issue on Qualitative
Grafanaki, S., Brennan, M., Holmes, S., Tang, K., & Alvarez, S. (final revisions submitted).“In Search of
Flow” in Counselling and Psychotherapy: Identifying the Necessary Ingredients of Peak Moments of Therapy
Interaction, Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies.
Grafanaki, S., Reitsma, L. (undergoing revisions) Attachment to God and Counselling, Counselling and
Marrie, E., & Grafanaki, S. (submitted) Narrative Therapy and Sexual Trauma: Therapeutic Processes and
Practices for Helping Clients Regain their Identities, Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and