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Bambling, Matthew (2009) Alliance supervision to enhance client outcomes. In Pelling, N., Barletta, J., & Armstrong, P. (Eds.) The Practice of Clinical Supervision. Australian Acedemic Press , Brisbane, Australia, pp. 121-137.
Bambling, Matthew (2007) Does it work? Research on the Effectiveness of Couple Therapy. In Shaw, Elisabeth & Crawley, Jim (Eds.) Couple therapy in Australia : issues emerging from practice. PsychOz Publications, Kew, Vic., pp. 49-76.
Williams, Robert, Bambling, Matthew, King, Robert, & Abbott, Quentin (2009) In-session processes in online counselling with young people : an exploratory approach. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 9(2), pp. 93-100.
Bambling, Matthew (2008) Common factors and therapist variability in couple and family therapy treatment outcome. Psychotherapy in Australia, 14(4), pp. 48-54.
Bambling, Matthew, King, Robert, Reid, Wendy, & Wegner, Karly (2008) Online counselling : the experience of counsellors providing synchronous single-session counselling to young people. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 8(2), pp. 110-116.
Bambling, Matthew, Kavanagh, David, Lewis, Gisela, King, Robert, King, David, Sturk, Heidi, et al. (2007) Challenges faced by general practitioners and allied mental health services in providing mental health services in rural Queensland. Australian Journal Of Rural Health, 15(2), pp. 126-130.
Bambling, Matthew, King, Robert, Raue, Patrick, Schweitzer, Robert, & Lambert, Warren (2006) Clinical supervision: Its influence on client-rated working alliance and client symptom reduction in the brief treatment of major depression. Psychotherapy Research, 16(3), pp. 317-331.
Bambling, Matthew (2006) Mind, Body And Heart: Psychotherapy And The Relationship Between Physical And Mental Health. Psychotherapy in Australia, 12(2), pp. 52-59.
King, Robert, Bambling, Matthew, Lloyd, Chris, Gomurra, Rio, Smith, Stacy, Reid, Wendy, et al. (2006) Online counselling: the motives and experiences of young people who choose the internet instead of face to face or telephone counselling. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 6(3), pp. 169-174.
King, Robert, Bambling, Matthew, Reid, Wendy, & Thomas, Ian (2006) Telephone and online counselling for young people: A naturalistic comparison of session outcome, session impact and therapeutic alliance. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research: linking research with practice, 6(3), pp. 175-181.