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This special issue of Clinical Psychology Forum is a collection of papers and research posters from a Faculty of HIV and Sexual Health conference on sexual assault, which was conceived in tribute to the worldwide victims of sexual violence.
Clinical Psychology Forum is designed to serve as a discussion forum for any issues of relevance to clinical psychologists, with articles, reports of events, correspondence, book reviews and announcements.
- Notes from the Chair
- From the Editor's Chair
- Book Cover
- DCP Update
- The work of the Professional Governance Panel - Richard Toogood
- Self-help - Felix Q
Special Issue: Sexual Trauma
Liz Shaw & Catherine Butler
Rape as torture
Sexual torture: Exploring discourses within one refugee community
Speaking the unspeakable: Female interpreters' response to working with women who have been raped in war
Understanding rape attrition: The contribution of vulnerability of victims who report rape allegations to the police
The experience of drug-facilitated sexual assault
Beth Major, Jacquie Hetherton, Gary Brown & Jenny Petrak
Venus and Mars, the 'miscommunication model' and other rape myths
Mark Rapley, Susan Hansen & Rachael O'Byrne
The Havens and the development of a clinical psychology service in an acute forensic medical service for sexual assault
Sarah Heke & Hannah O'Sullivan
East London Sexual Assault Service: The re-establishment of a local, specialist health service for female and male survivors of sexual assault post-Havens