On Friday 4 May, an eclectic mix of academics, students, psychotherapists and counsellors attended the seminar ‘Reflexivity in Theory, Research and Praxis: Situated, relational, emotional and embodied’ at London South Bank University (LSBU). The event was hosted by Zoe Boden, a Senior Lecturer at LSBU and trainee Gestalt psychotherapist, as well as the creator of the ‘Qualitative Approaches to Affect, Feelings and Emotions Network’ (QuAFE; see https://quafeblog.wordpress.com). As an introduction, Boden reflexively explored her own motivations for the organisation of the event, positioning the invited speakers as part of her own reflexive research journey, in turn setting the ‘reflexive tone’. As a lecturer and PhD researcher, I was attending the event to support my already reflexive practice, offering me a welcoming interdisciplinary space to explore my own ‘bodily self’ within my research and teaching.
|Journal||Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin|
|Publication status||Published - 10 Oct 2018|
- qualitative research