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    Allan, R. and Eatough, Virginia (2016) The use of interpretive phenomenological analysis in couple and family therapy research. The Family Journal 24 (4), pp. 406-414. ISSN 1066-4807.

    Allan, R. and Eatough, Virginia and Ungar, M. (2016) "So I Feel Like I’m Getting It and Then Sometimes I Think OK, No I’m Not": couple and family therapists learning an evidence-based practice. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy (ANZJFT) 37 (1), pp. 56-74. ISSN 0814-723X.

    Allan, R. and Eatough, Virginia and Ungar, M. (2016) “I had no idea this shame piece was in me”: couple and family therapists’ experience with learning an evidence-based practice. Cogent Psychology 3 (1), ISSN 2331-1908.

    Allan, R. and Eatough, Virginia and Ungar, M. (2015) “Oh, this is What It Feels Like”: a role for the body in learning an evidence-based practice. Humanities 4 (4), pp. 861-884. ISSN 2076-0787.

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