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Clinical Psychology Forum No 195 March 2009

Clinical Psychology Forum No 195 March 2009

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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
  • Correspondence
  • From the Editor's Chair
  • Book Cover
  • DCP Update
  • News from the Society's Professional Practice Board
  • Self-help -Felix Q


Learning disability: Eligibility for services, and the developing service ethos
Alan Leyin

The Gwent Child and Family Bibliotherapy Scheme: A way of improving access to psychological therapies
Victoria James, Shelley McCann, Leah Richards & Lynn McDonnell

Clinical psychologists' experiences and views of undertaking psychological therapies with clients from Black and minority ethnic communities
Menna Jones & Will Devlin

What happens now? A post-diagnosis workshop for parents of children with Asperger's syndrome/high functioning autism
Heather Armstrong & Katie Koehler

A survey of public views of a child and adolescent mental health service: A public involvement initiative
Paula Redmond, Wendy Geraghty & Sarah Harmon

Therapists' experiences of delivering Stop and Think! Reflections challenges and recommendations
Nicky Asplin, Martin Horler, Philip Marshall & Nick Huband

Who cares about the parents? The implicit challenges of monitoring parental disability in child and adolescent services
Jo Roos

The Kidderminster model of anxiety management
Julie Evans, Jane Woodward, Gemma Ward & Victoria Thursfield

Suitability of Clinical Outcome in Routine Evaluation as a predictor of frequency of risk behaviours in an inpatient mental health setting
Melanie Rowsell & Nigel Stennett-Cox

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