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Bambling, Matthew (2009). Alliance supervision to enhance client outcomes. In Nadine Pelling, John Barletta and Philip Armstrong (Ed.), The practice of clinical supervision (pp. 121-137) Brisbame, Qld, Australia: Australian Academic Press. 40  
Bambling, M. (2006) Anger, motivation and online therapy. Psychotherapy in Australia, 13 1: 4-7. 36  
Bambling, Matthew (2012). Anxiety. In Barletta, John and Bond, Jan (Ed.), The home therapist: A practical, self-help guide for everyday psychological problems First ed. (pp. 230-232) Bowen Hills, Qld Australia: Australian Academic Press. 30  
Bambling, Matthew (2008) Australian psychological research. Psychotherapy in Australia, 14 3: 6-9. 42  
Richardson, Jenni, Sheen, Liz and Bambling, Matthew (2009) Becoming a psychotherapist or counsellor: A survey of psychotherapy and counselling trainers. Psychotherapy in Australia, 16 1: 70-80. 85  
Bambling, Matthew (2012). Brain Health. In The home therapist: A practical, self-help guide for everyday psychological problems (pp. 222-224) Bowen Hills, Qld Australia: Australian Academic Press. 30  
Lalande, Lloyd, Bambling, Matthew, King, Robert and Lowe, Roger (2011) Breathwork: An additional treatment Option for depression and anxiety?. The Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 41 2: 113-119. doi:10.1007/s10879-011-9180-6 64   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Bambling, M., King, R., Raue, P., Schweitzer, R. and Lambert, W. (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: 317-331. doi:10.1080/10503300500268524 285   38 Cited 59 times in Scopus59 0
Bambling, Matthew (2003). Clinical supervision : its influence on working alliance and client outcome in the brief psychological treatment of major depression PhD Thesis, School of Medicine, The University of Queensland. 258 7
Bambling, Matthew (2008) Common factors and therapist variability in couples and family therapy treatment outcome. Psychotherapy in Australia, 14 4: 48-54. 35  
Bambling, Matthew (2012). Depression. In John Barletta and Jan Bond (Ed.), The home therapist: a practical, self-help guide for everyday psychological problems (pp. 227-229) Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia: Australian Academic Press. 36  
Bambling, Matthew (2007) Depression, risk, and psychotherapy outcome.. Psychotherapy in Australia, 13 2: 7-9. 36  
Bambling, Matthew (2007). Does it work? Research on the effectiveness of couples therapy. In Elisabeth F Shaw and Jim Crawley (Ed.), Couple therapy in Australia: Issues emerging from practice (pp. 49-76) Kew, Vic., Australia: PsychOz Publications. 44  
Bambling, Matthew (2008) Emotions, desire and relationship satisfaction and neurohealth.. Psychotherapy in Australia, 14 4: 6-10. 33  
Bambling, M. (2007) Evidence based and real world practice, grief and PTSD.. Psychotherapy in Australia,, 14 1: 6-9. 38  
Bambling, Matthew and King, Robert (2013) Extended problem solving treatment for depression. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 13 4: 317-323. doi:10.1080/14733145.2012.754918 85   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 1
Bambling, Matthew (2008) Family secrets, innate mathematic ability, cognition and neurohealth.. Psychotherapy in Australia, 15 1: 6-9. 28  
Bambling, Matthew (2006) Gender and psychotherapy outcome, training, supervision and process variables in practice. Psychotherapy in Australia, 12 4: 6-7. 36  
Zimmerman, Jane and Bambling, Matthew (2012) Influence of therapist variables on working alliance and therapy outcome. Psychotherapy in Australia, 18 2: 76-82. 100 2
Bambling, Matthew (2012). Keeping your brain active and stimulated. In John Barletta and Jan Bond (Ed.), The home therapist: a practical, self-help guide for everyday psychological problems (pp. 219-221) Bowen Hills, QLD, Australia: Australian Academic Press. 31  
Rice, Simon, Fallon, Barry and Bambling, Matthew (2011) Men and depression: The impact of masculine role norms throughout the lifespan. The Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 28 2: 133-144. doi:10.1375/aedp.28.2.133 49   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Bambling, Matthew (2006) Mind, body and heart: Psychotherapy and the relationship between mental and physical health. Psychotherapy in Australia, 12 2: 54-61. 581 208
Biggs, H., Bambling, M. and Pearce, Z (2009). Models of supervision : From theory to practice. In The practice of clinical supervision (pp. 94-120) Brisbane: Australian Academic Press. 29  
Bambling, Matthew, King., Robert, Reid, Wendy and Wegner, Karly (2008) Online counselling : The experience of counsellors providing synchronous single session counselling to young people. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 8 2: 110-116. doi:10.1080/14733140802055011 50   1
Bambling, Matthew (2008) Perspective, spirituality and the PSI factor, depression and supplementation. Psychotherapy in Australia, 14 2: 6-9. 39  
Bambling, Matthew (2006) Suicide, social connection and wellbeing. Psychotherapy in Australia, 12 3: 4-5. 31  
Bambling, Matthew and King, Robert (2013) Supervisor social skill and supervision outcome. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, Latest articles 1-7. doi:10.1080/14733145.2013.835849 45   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 2
Aggs, Cameron and Bambling, Matthew (2010) Teaching mindfulness to psychotherapists in clinical practice: The mindful therapy programme. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 10 4: 278-286. doi:10.1080/14733145.2010.485690 71   Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Bambling, M. (2004) The developmental model of supervision and contemporary practice. Psychotherapy in Australia, 11 1: 30-35. 28  
Bambling, M. (2000) The effect of clinical supervision on the development of counsellor competency. Psychotherapy in Australia, 4 4: 58-63. 156  
Vitetta, Luis, Bambling, Matthew and Alford, Hollie (2014) The gastrointestinal tract microbiome, probiotics, and mood. Inflammopharmacology, 22 6: 333-339. doi:10.1007/s10787-014-0216-x 18   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 21
Bambling, Matthew (2012) Trade talk. Psychotherapy in Australia, 19 1: 4-8. 39  
Bambling, Matthew (2012) Trade talk. Psychotherapy in Australia, 18 4: 4-7. 23  
Bambling, Matt (2011) TradeTalk. Psychotherapy in Australia, 17 4: 4-7. 45 3
Bambling, M. (2009) Trade talk. Psychotherapy in Australia, 15 4: 8-11. 23  
Bambling, Matt (2011) Trade talk. Psychotherapy in Australia, 17 2: 6-9. 45 3
Bambling, Matthew (2012) Trade talk. Psychotherapy in Australia, 18 3: 4-8. 23  
Bambling, Matthew (2012) Trade talk. Psychotherapy in Australia, 18 2: 6-9. 27  
Bambling, Matt (2010) Trade talk. Psychotherapy in Australia, 17 1: 4-5. 31  
Bambling, Matthew (2010) Trade talk : Behavioral methods to enhance and preserve cognitive function. Psychotherapy in Australia, 16 2: 4-7. 26  
Bambling, Matthew (2010) Trade talk : Happiness, mental health and the new DSM.. Psychotherapy in Australia, 16 4: 4-8. 37  
Bambling, Matthew (2009) Tradetalk : If you could read my mind. Psychotherapy in Australia, 16 1: 8-11. 23  
Bambling, Matt (2010) Tradetalk : The role of nutrition in keeping your brain healthy.. Psychotherapy in Australia,, 16 3: 4-8. 23