Greta Kaluzeviciute-Moreton


NameGreta Kaluzeviciute-Moreton
Job titleAssociate Academic in Counselling & Psychotherapy
Research instituteCollege of Health, Psychology and Social Care

Research outputs

‘MEETING THE CLIENT WHERE THEY ARE RATHER THAN WHERE I'M AT’: A QUALITATIVE SURVEY EXPLORING CBT AND PSYCHODYNAMIC THERAPIST PERCEPTIONS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY INTEGRATION

Kaluzeviciute-Moreton, G. and Barnes, C. 2024. ‘MEETING THE CLIENT WHERE THEY ARE RATHER THAN WHERE I'M AT’: A QUALITATIVE SURVEY EXPLORING CBT AND PSYCHODYNAMIC THERAPIST PERCEPTIONS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY INTEGRATION. British Journal of Psychotherapy . pp. 1-25. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjp.12894

Theory Paper: Suggesting Compassion-Based Approaches for Treating Complex Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

Annabel Rushforth, Kotera, Y. and Greta Kaluzeviciute 2022. Theory Paper: Suggesting Compassion-Based Approaches for Treating Complex Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. pp. 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-022-00856-4

A Qualitative Exploration of CBT and Psychodynamic Therapists’ Views, Experiences and Perceptions of Integrating Different Therapeutic Modalities into their Private Practice with Adult Clients: Study Protocol

Kaluzeviciute, G. and Lloyd, Christopher E. M. 2021. A Qualitative Exploration of CBT and Psychodynamic Therapists’ Views, Experiences and Perceptions of Integrating Different Therapeutic Modalities into their Private Practice with Adult Clients: Study Protocol. Journal of Concurrent Disorders.

The Psychosocial Impact of Instagram on Female Body Image: Literature Review and Proposal

Knowles, Eve, Kotera, Y. and Kaluzeviciute, G. 2021. The Psychosocial Impact of Instagram on Female Body Image: Literature Review and Proposal. Journal of Concurrent Disorders.

Predicting self-compassion in UK nursing students: Relationships with resilience, engagement, motivation, and mental wellbeing

Kotera, Y., Cockerill, V., Chircop, James, Kaluzeviciute, G. and Dyson, Sue E. 2021. Predicting self-compassion in UK nursing students: Relationships with resilience, engagement, motivation, and mental wellbeing. Nurse Education in Practice. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2021.102989

Health Benefits of Ikigai: A Review of Literature

Kotera, Y., Kaluzeviciute, G., Garip, Gulcan, McEwan, Kirsten and Chamberlain, Katy 2021. Health Benefits of Ikigai: A Review of Literature. in: Concurrent Disorders Society Publishing.
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