Kevin is a Chartered Psychologist and is registered with the HCPC as a Counselling Psychologist. He is a Senior Lecturer in Counselling and Psychotherapy and programme lead for the Counselling Studies and Working with Children, Young People and Families degree and the BA (Hons) Counselling top-up award. He is the external examiner for the BSc (Hons) Counselling Children and Young People top-up programme at Wrexham Glyndwr University.
Kevin’s research interests lie in the fields of student learning, counselling integration, masculinity and men’s help-seeking behaviour.
Kevin’s areas of interest include Humanistic, CBT and Psychodynamics counselling .
Kevin is programme lead for the BA (Hons) Counselling Studies and Working with Children, Young People and Families degree and the BA (Hons) Counselling top-up award.
Membership of Professional Organisations
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
The British Psychological Society – Chartered Psychologist
HCPC registered Counselling Psychologist
Registered member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
Conferences and Other Research Activity
Bodza, C., Morrey, T. and Hogan, K. (2018) Counsellors’ experiences of having menopausal symptoms. Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference, Newcastle, 6th-7th July 2018.
Woodhouse, R. and Hogan, K. (2018) ‘Out on the edge of my comfort’: Trainees counsellors/psychotherapists’ perceptions and experience of spirituality in therapy. 12th Annual Counselling (Research and Practice) conference, Keele University, 28th – 29th April 2018.
Hogan, K., Ward, T. and Clarke, V. (2014) The experiences of male victims of female-perpetrated domestic abuse: A qualitative exploration. Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference, London, 11th-12th July 2014.
Hogan, K., Clarke, V. and Ward, T. (2014) Male victims of female-perpetrated domestic violence. Male Psychology Conference, University College London, 20th June 2014.
Hogan, K. and Ward, T. (2012) The experiences of counselling psychologists that practice from a client-centred perspective. Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference, Leicester, 13th-14th July 2012.
Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals
Ward, T. and Hogan, K. (2015) Using client-centered psychotherapy embedded within a pluralistic integrative approach to help a client with executive dysfunction: the case of “Judith”. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, 11, (1) pp.1-20.
Ward, T. and Hogan, K. (2015) The case of Judith: Reflections on combining a psychoneurological perspective within a client-centered and pluralistic therapy framework. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, 11, (1) pp. 55-64.
Hogan, K. Hegarty, J. Ward T, Dodd, L. (2012) Counsellors’ experiences of working with male victims of female-perpetrated domestic abuse. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 12, (1) pp. 44-52.
Ward, T., Hogan, K. and Menns, R. (2011) Perceptions of integration in counselling psychology training: A pilot Study. Counselling Psychology Review. 26 (3) pp.8-19.
Ward, T. Hogan, K. (2009) A trial of client-centred counselling over the telephone for persons with ME. Counselling Psychology Review. 24 (2) pp. 34-41.
Ward, T. Hogan, K. Stuart, V. Singleton, E. (2008) The experiences of counselling for persons with ME. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 8 (2) pp.73-9.
West, M. and Hogan, K. (2018) Evaluation of dementia support groups from a carers’ perspective. Report written for Age UK.