Tracey Clare

Lecturer

I joined the department of Social and Political Science in May 2017, as a lecturer on the MA in Clinical Counselling.

Qualifications

  • MA Clinical Counselling
  • MSc Psychology (Conversion)
  • Post Graduate Certificate in Education
  • BA  (Hons) History

Overview

I continue to work as a counselling practitioner, and have experience of working in the areas of occupational health and the Third Sector. My core therapeutic model is Person Centred counselling, and I am also qualified in the use of trauma-focused therapies.

Prior to counselling, I worked as a teacher and lecturer, and as a business manager in the publishing industry.

Research

My current research is an exploration into psychological growth in adult offspring following the experience of perceived parental rejection in childhood.

Published work

Book Chapters

Clare, T. (2016). Processing perceived parental rejection through personal development. In P. M. Gubi & V. Swinton (Eds.), Researching Lesser-Explored Issues in Counselling and Psychotherapy (pp. 93-128): London: Karnac Books.

Conferences

Clare, T. (2016). The Effect of Perceived Parental Acceptance in Childhood on Self-Compassion, Self-Acceptance and Positive Self-Regard in Adult Offspring. 6th International Congress on Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection, Madrid, Spain.

Clare, T. (2016). Processing perceived parental rejection through personal development. 6th International Congress on Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection, Madrid, Spain.

Clare, T. (2016). Processing perceived parental rejection through personal development.  BACP Annual Research Conference, Brighton, UK.