Greta Kaluzeviciute is a PhD researcher in the Department of Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies. Her PhD project, Knowledge generation processes and the role of the case study method in the field of psychotherapy, received full funding from CHASE. In this project, Greta investigates knowledge generation methods in the field of psychotherapy, and considers the current challenges that stem from applying large-scale findings onto individual patients and their particular situations. She proposes a re-consideration of the case study method by assessing its unique reasoning style and further developing epistemological and evidence-based guidelines for case study research.
Besides her PhD research, Greta is also a Research Officer in a project exploring the complexities of gaining ethical approval for qualitative psychotherapy/psychosocial research.
Greta delivers lectures and seminars across a number of modules in the Department of Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies as a Graduate Teaching Assistant.
Current teaching responsibilities:
- PA123: Understanding Individuals, Groups and Organisations: An Introduction to Psychodynamic Concepts
- PA403: Psychoanalysis and the Child
- PA407: Current Debates in Depth Psychology
Kaluzeviciute, G., & Willemsen, J. (2020). Scientific thinking styles: The different ways of thinking in psychoanalytic case studies. The International Journal of Psychoanalysis. https://doi.org/10.1080/00207578.2020.1796491
Kaluzeviciute, G. (2020). Social Media and its Impact on Therapeutic Relationships. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 36(2), 303-320. https://doi.org/10.1080/23311908.2020.1748792
Kaluzeviciute, G. (2020). The role of empathy in psychoanalytic psychotherapy: A historical exploration. Cogent Psychology, 7(1), 1748792. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjp.12545
Kaluzeviciute, G. (2016). Evaluating Kierkegaards eros and agape: an alternative Leap to Faith. Dialogue, 59(1), 162-175.