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Qualitative Research: A personal examination of bystanding and apartheid

Dr Tessa Philips

Research arises in response to a question. The nature of the question determines the method chosen. The focus in qualitative research is on the personal and idiosyncratic and the challenge is to uncover broad principles that may be generalised. I am an analytic psychotherapist and when I embarked on my PhD I used insights from the conversational model and other analytic relational models to analyse data and to look for shared themes. When I wrote my PhD, my interest was in how perception changes with cultural changes. 

Westmead Psychotherapy Program for Complex Traumatic Disorders
Grand rounds/think tank 5 May 2016
Cumberland Hospital, North Parramatta, NSW, Australia
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Dr Tessa Philips

Dr Tessa Philips practices as a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist in Bondi Junction, NSW, Australia . She is on the faculty of the Sydney University Master of Medicine and Master of Science Psychotherapy Program and on the faculty of ANZAP. Tessa is a member of the Board of Directors of IARPP and is a council member of IAPSP. She has published papers locally and presented papers locally and internationally, and teaches and supervises. Her PhD thesis, Race, Place and Self, was awarded the Isi Liebler Prize at Deakin University. The Prize is awarded for the PhD thesis which best contributes to advancing knowledge of racial, religious or ethnic prejudice in any time or place, or advancing knowledge of multiculturalism and community relations in Australia.

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