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Blanka Hubena

Senior Lecturer

  • School of Psychology and Therapeutic Studies
  • Faculty of Life Sciences and Education

Research interests

Clinical supervision of Arts Therapists
Clinical competence
Inter-professional learning and training in health and care sciences (particularly with focus on applying arts therapies skills in counselling practice and counselling skills to arts therapies professions).
Attachment and neuroscience
Arts in health and well-being (AiHWB)
School based counselling
Mental health needs of diverse populations (asylum seekers and refugees, BME communities, carers, travellers and gypsies)

Employment

Senior Lecturer - Therapeutic Studies

Senior Lecturer

School of Psychology and Therapeutic Studies

University of South Wales

7 Aug 2018 → present

ASM - Therapeutic Studies

School of Psychology and Therapeutic Studies

University of South Wales

17 Jul 201710 Aug 2018

Senior Lecturer - Therapeutic Studies

Senior Lecturer

Faculty of Life Sciences and Education

University of South Wales

7 Aug 2018 → present

Research output

Allied Health Professions and their role in improving mental health and wellbeing: Reflection on the opportunities for AHPs to contribute to improving MH and WB in Wales and how one of the AHP professions, the arts therapies, responds to the 21st century challenges to meet service user needs

Hubena, B., Sep 2017.

Arts Therapies in Wales: Good Health Wales 2017 - Arts for Health and Wellbeing Symposium

Hubena, B., 25 Apr 2017.

Arts Therapies and School Counselling

Hubena, B., 2016, School-based Counselling Operating Toolkit. Welsh Government, p. 236-246

National Curriculum for Counselling Young People

Hubena, B. & Mulcahy, J., 2016, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

Impacts

Collaborative Awards for Teaching Excellence (CATE) 2017

Blanka Hubena (Participant), Sheila Spong (Participant), Judith Mulcahy (Participant), Elizabeth Coombes (Participant), Hayley Gibbon (Participant)

National Curriculum for Counselling Young People 11-18 (BACP)

Blanka Hubena (Participant)

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