Matthew Bambling


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Research outputs

Using the importance for survival scale to identify preferred nature scenes with restorative potential : A qualitative study
Thake, Carol L., Bambling, Matthew, Edirippulige, Sisira and Marx, Eric. (2020). Using the importance for survival scale to identify preferred nature scenes with restorative potential : A qualitative study. Health Environments Research and Design Journal. 13(4), pp. 173-189. https://doi.org/10.1177/1937586720910082

Journal article

Supervisor social skill and supervision outcome
Bambling, Matthew and King, Robert. (2014). Supervisor social skill and supervision outcome. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 14(4), pp. 256 - 262. https://doi.org/10.1080/14733145.2013.835849

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Breathwork : An additional treatment option for depression and anxiety?
Lalande, Lloyd, Bambling, Matthew, King, Robert and Lowe, Roger. (2012). Breathwork : An additional treatment option for depression and anxiety? Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy. 42(2), pp. 113 - 119. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10879-011-9180-6

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Teaching mindfulness to psychotherapists in clinical practice : The mindful therapy programme
Aggs, C and Bambling, Matthew. (2010). Teaching mindfulness to psychotherapists in clinical practice : The mindful therapy programme. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 10(4), pp. 278 - 286. https://doi.org/10.1080/14733145.2010.485690

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Alliance supervision to enhance client outcomes
Bambling, Matthew. (2009). Alliance supervision to enhance client outcomes. In In N. Pelling, J. Barletta and P. Armstrong (Ed.). The Practice of Clinical Supervision pp. 121 - 137 Australian Academic Press.

Book chapter

In-session processes in online counselling with young people: An exploratory approach
Williams, Robert, Bambling, Matthew, King, Robert and Abbott, Quentin. (2009). In-session processes in online counselling with young people: An exploratory approach. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research: Linking research with practice. 9(2), pp. 93 - 100. https://doi.org/10.1080/14733140802490606

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Models of supervision: From theory to practice
Biggs, Herbert, Bambling, Matthew and Pearce, Zoe. (2009). Models of supervision: From theory to practice. In In N. Pelling, J. Barletta and P. Armstrong (Ed.). The practice of clinical supervision pp. 93 - 119 Australian Academic Press.

Book chapter

Becoming a therapist or counsellor: A survey of psychotherapy and counselling trainers
Richardson, Jenni, Sheean, Liz and Bambling, Matthew. (2009). Becoming a therapist or counsellor: A survey of psychotherapy and counselling trainers. Psychotherapy in Australia. 16(1), pp. 70 - 80.

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Common factors and therapist variability in couple and family therapy treatment outcome
Bambling, Matthew. (2008). Common factors and therapist variability in couple and family therapy treatment outcome. Psychotherapy in Australia. 14(4), pp. 48 - 54.

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Online counselling: The experience of counsellors providing synchronous single-session counselling to young people
Bambling, Matthew, King, Robert, Reid, Wendy and Wegner, Karly. (2008). Online counselling: The experience of counsellors providing synchronous single-session counselling to young people. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 8(2), pp. 110 - 116.

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Challenges faced by general practitioners and allied mental health services in providing mental health services in rural Queensland
Bambling, Matthew, Kavanagh, David, Lewis, Gisela, King, Robert, King, David, Sturk, Heidi, Turpin, Merrill, Gallois, Cindy and Bartlett, Helen. (2007). Challenges faced by general practitioners and allied mental health services in providing mental health services in rural Queensland. Australian Journal of Rural Health. 15(2), pp. 126 - 130. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1440-1584.2007.00866.x

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Clinical supervision: Its influence on client-rated working alliance and client symptom reduction in the brief treatment of major depression
Bambling, Matthew, King, Robert, Raue, Patrick, Schweitzer, Robert and Lambert, Warren. (2006). Clinical supervision: Its influence on client-rated working alliance and client symptom reduction in the brief treatment of major depression. Psychotherapy Research. 16(3), pp. 317 - 331. https://doi.org/10.1080/10503300500268524

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Telephone and online counselling for young people: A naturalistic comparison of session outcome, session impact and therapeutic alliance
King, Robert, Bambling, Matthew, Reid, Wendy and Thomas, Ian. (2006). Telephone and online counselling for young people: A naturalistic comparison of session outcome, session impact and therapeutic alliance. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 6(3), pp. 175 - 181.

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Mind, body and heart: Psychotherapy and the relationship between mental and physical health
Bambling, Matthew. (2006). Mind, body and heart: Psychotherapy and the relationship between mental and physical health. Psychotherapy in Australia. 12(2), pp. 52 - 59.

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Online counselling: The motives and experiences of young people who choose the internet instead of face to face or telephone counselling
King, Robert, Bambling, Matthew, Lloyd, Chris, Gomurra, Rio, Smith, Stacy, Reid, Wendy and Wegner, Karly. (2006). Online counselling: The motives and experiences of young people who choose the internet instead of face to face or telephone counselling. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 6(3), pp. 169 - 174.

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The developmental model of supervision and contemporary practice.
Bambling, Matthew. (2004). The developmental model of supervision and contemporary practice. Psychotherapy in Australia. 2(2), pp. 30 - 35.

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