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Shorrock, M. (2011). The philosophical challenges within counselling psychology: Can Egan’s Skilled Helper Model help? Counselling Psychology Review (26), 3, 63-74.
Shorrock, M. P. (2012). The pragmatic case study of Ed – A man who struggled with Internet addiction. Counselling Psychology Review (27), 2, 23-35.
Shorrock, M. P. (2012). Concerned about Internet Addiction? PRWeb Books, 1-4.
Shorrock, M. P. (2013). A Student's Perspective. In Hanley, T. Lennie, C. & West, W. (Eds). Introducing Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. London: Sage.
Shorrock, M. P. (2013). Internet Addiction. The Transactional Analyst. (3), 4, 38-45.
Shorrock, M. P. (2013). The pragmatic case study of Ed (Revisited) – A key therapy session with a man who presented with Internet addiction.
Shorrock, M. P. (2013). Is Defusion Decontamination? - An examination of seemingly similar concepts and methods used in Acceptance Commitment Therapy and Transactional Analysis.
Shorrock, M. P. (2013). Why people become Internet addicted: A qualitative meta-synthesis of studies that explore aetiology, predisposing factors and other antecedents to Internet addiction.
Shorrock, M. P. (2013). We’re All Internet Addicted, Aren’t We? Ultifolio (1), 1.
Shorrock, M. P. (2014). The Noose and the Net: Confessions of an Internet Addict. The Transactional Analyst (4), 1, 15-19.
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