• School peer counselling for bullying services as a source of social support: A study with secondary school pupils

      Boulton, Michael J.; University College Chester (Routledge, 2005)
      99 school pupils were interviewed to ascertain their views of the peer counselling for bullying service in their own school, with a focus on the issue of social support for bullying-related problems, were conducted. Three themes were addressed: willingness to use the service relative to other potential sources of support; preferred gender and age of peer counsellor; and disclosure of using the service to friends.
    • Secondary school pupils’ views of their school peer counselling for bullying service

      Boulton, Michael J.; Trueman, Mark; Bishop, Samantha; Baxandall, Emma; Holme, Abigail; Smith, Sarah-Louise; Vohringer, Fernanda; Boulton, Louise; University of Chester ; Keele University ; Keele University ; Keele University ; Keele University; Keele University; Keele University; Keele University (Routledge, 2007-08-10)
      This article discusses a study of 99 interviews with pupils from two secondary schools in the UK on their views and experiences of the peer counselling for bullying service set up in their school. They were asked about various things concerning the characteristics of the service and service providers that they valued and their reasons for not using the service.
    • User perceptions of process–outcome linkages in pupil peer counselling for bullying services in the UK

      Boulton, Michael J.; Trueman, Mark; Rotenberg, Ken J.; University of Chester ; Keele University ; Keele University (Routledge, 2007-07-24)
      50 users of pupil peer counselling for bullying services rated their most helpful and their least helpful experiences of these services on five counselling process variables.