Portrait of Ms Heather Dale Ms Heather Dale

h.dale@hud.ac.uk | 01484 473468


Areas of research expertise and interest


Biography

  • Snr Lecture University of Huddersfield  since 2007
  • Counsellor and psychotherapist in Private Practice for over 30 years

Research and Scholarship

University research group memberships

I am currently a member of the Institute for Research in Citizenship and Applied Human Sciences, the Centre for Applied Psychological Research and an associate member of the Centre for Health and Social Care Research.

Research interests

Interplay between practice and teaching. Counselling Ethics in Theory and Practice

Publications and Other Research Outputs

2016

Dale, H (2016) Good Practice in Action 039. Commonly Asked Questions Resource: Making the contract within the counselling professions BACP

2014

Dale, H (2014) ‘Setting the frameIndependent Practitioner Today .

Dale, H (2014) ‘Ask an expert: setting the framePrivate Practice , p. 7. ISSN 0032-891X

2011

Dale, H (2011) ‘Book review: Relational transactional analysis: principles in practice Heather Fowlie and Charlotte Sills (eds) 978-1855757622Private Practice , p. 33.

Dale, H (2011) ‘Book review: Handbook of psychotherapy case formulation (2nd edition) Tracy D Eells (ed) Guilford Press 2010 978-1606239421The Independent Practitioner , pp. 21-22.

Dale, H (2011) ‘Book review: Sex in psychotherapy: sexuality, passion, love, and desire in the therapeutic encounter Lawrence E Hedges Routledge 2011 ISBN 978-0415873529The Independent Practitioner , p. 22.

Dale, H (2011) ‘Minding our own BusinessThe Independent Practitioner , pp. 14-17.

Dale, H (2011) ‘Book review: Growing old: a journey of self-discovery, Danielle Quinodoz, Routledge 2009The Independent Practitioner , pp. 35-36.

2010

Dale, H (2010) ‘Book review: Personification: using the dialogical self in psychotherapy and counselling, John Rowan, Routledge 2009The Independent Practitioner , pp. 24-25.

Dale, H (2010) ‘Can ethics be sexy?’. In: BACP Regional Conference 2010: Making Connections - York, 18th October 2010, York, UK

Dale, H (2010) ‘Book review: Life scripts: a transactional analysis of unconscious relational patterns, Richard G. Erskine (ed), Karnac 2010The Independent Practitioner , pp. 17-18.

Dale, H (2010) ‘Book review: The assassin and the therapist: an exploration of truth in psychotherapy and in life, Jeffrey Kottler, Routledge 2010The Independent Practitioner , pp. 18-19.

Dale, H (2010) ‘Can Ethics be Sexy?The Independent Practitioner , p. 11.

Dale, H (2010) ‘Can ethics be sexy?’. In: BACP Regional Conference 2010: Making Connections - Belfast, June 2010, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Dale, H (2010) ‘Book review: Transactional analysis: 100 key points and techniques, Mark Widdowson, Routledge 2010The Independent Practitioner , pp. 21-22.

Dale, H (2010) ‘Book review: Trauma, tragedy, therapy. The arts and human suffering, Stephen K. Levine, Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2009The Independent Practitioner , p. 20.

Dale, H (2010) ‘Can ethics be sexy?’. In: BACP Regional Conference 2010: Making Connections - Kent, May 2010, Tonbridge, Kent, UK

2009

Dale, H (2009) ‘Building the Effective Relationship: Its Use in Teaching, Training and PresentingInternational Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management , 9 (9), pp. 141-148. ISSN 1447-9524

Dale, H (2009) ‘Book review: Systemic therapy and attachment narratives applications in a range of clinical settings, R Dallos R, A Vetere Routledge 2009The Independent Practitioner , p. 16.

2008

Dale, H (2008) ‘Charging for Therapy and Counselling in Private Practice’. In: Talking therapies: an essential anthology (2nd edition). : British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. . ISBN 9781905114290

2005

Dale, H (2005) ‘Making the contract for counselling and psychotherapy’. In: Talking therapies: an essential anthology. Warwickshire: British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. pp. 71-76. ISBN 1905114036

Dale, H (2005) ‘Am I fit to practice as a counsellor’. In: Talking therapies: an essential anthology. Warwickshire: British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. pp. 43-48. ISBN 1905114036

Dale, H () ‘Igniting the DebatePrivate Practice .

Esteem

  • Fellow, British Assocation for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)
  • Author of Good Practice Guide lines for BACP
  • Recent invited speaker at conferences in London ( 2016) and Dublin (2017) External Examiner for MSC at Salford University

Research Degree Supervision

  • Ethcial issues in counsellng and Psychotherapy
  • The use of supervision

Administrative Responsibilities

Module leader for:

  • HIK 200
  • HHK1014
  • HHK1016

Teaching and Professional Activities

Teach on a variety of modules within Counselling Studies and Counselling and Mentoring.