Building Bridges with Mixed Methods Research? Editorial for Special section

Bager-Charleson, S, McBeath, A.G and Vostanis, P (2020) Building Bridges with Mixed Methods Research? Editorial for Special section. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 2021 (1): 1. (In Press)

Abstract

Psychotherapy is a notoriously complex and ever‐developing field, and our growing sense has been that mixed methods research can contribute to a more complete – both broad and deep ‐ sense of knowledge and understanding. Mixed methods research refers to the use of both qualitative and quantitative approaches and methods in one study or sequentially in two or more studies. Without a mixed methods approach there is – to our minds ‐ a risk that only part of a phenomenon or experience is being explored. Our own involvement in mixed methods research has grown out of a shared interest in the concept ‘research‐practitioner’. This special section covers a variety of approaches to mixed methods research in psychotherapy and counselling psychology.

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