Counseling Research Papers

Top 22 Great Research Paper Topics In Counseling Psychology

Thinking of research paper topics in counseling psychology can seem to be intimidating. You will soon understand that thinking of some interesting topics is easy, and can be learned in a matter of time. Make sure you take your time reading this article to find out some hints, so you can think of some yourself in the future. Here are twenty two great research topics in counseling psychology.

  1. The basic psychology of love.
  2. What are the main reasons people have psychological problems?
  3. What are the advantages of becoming a professor in counseling psychology?
  4. How can psychology help people in a crisis?
  5. What are the negatives of bipolar disorder?
  6. What happens to people who do not sleep for long periods of time?
  7. What is the psychology behind hate crimes?
  8. What is happens to the minds of athletes at high pressure?
  9. What does body movement say about are person?
  10. Why do men fight to solve problems with other men?
  11. What are the positives of remembering your childhood memories?
  12. What are the negatives of remembering your childhood?
  13. What happens to the brain when you are going through emotions?
  14. The psychology of lying and how it effects the brain
  15. Why do we feel tired?
  16. What is the science behind blushing?
  17. What is the psychology of people going through stress?
  18. What happens to the body and mind to people who suffer from anorexic disorder?
  19. What happens to the body and mind to people who suffer from bigorexia?
  20. Why do teenagers feel depressed whiles going through puberty?
  21. Why do humans feel depressed?
  22. What is the psychological mind set of a superstar athlete?

Here are a bunch titles that are easy to write. Pick a title that you are most interested about, because you are going to find it easier to write. By doing this the quality of the work will be increased, since you know a lot of information already. However, you can pick a title that you don’t know much about and search for the answers yourself. Make sure you pick a title that you know you have the capability to write, since there is no point in doing something harder than it already is.

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CPR is an international, peer-reviewed journal, dedicated to linking research with practice in counselling and psychotherapy. The journal aims to promote high-quality, ethical research that influences, informs and develops counselling and psychotherapy practice and would like to welcome UK and international submissions from counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, or other related professional groups.

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