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Clinical Psychology Forum No 196 April 2009

Clinical Psychology Forum No 196 April 2009

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Special Issue: Faculty for Complex Mental Health and Psychoses

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.

This special issue reflects the unique contributions of clinical psychologists in helping to develop services for people with psychosis and other more complex mental health problems, by intervening at all levels within the mental health care system: mental health promotion and understanding in schools, enabling user involvement, crisis intervention, providing individual therapy, through to acute inpatient care.




  • News
  • Notes from the Chair
  • Correspondence
  • From the Editor's Chair
  • Book Cover
  • Ethics Column - Tony Wainwright
  • Self-help - Felix Q

Special Issue: Faculty for Complex Mental Health and Psychoses

Carolyn Hurcom, Martin Horler, Peter Campbell & Ken Bledin

The role of psychological therapies in acute psychiatric care
John McGowan & Rosalind Hill

A psychologist in crisis
Bree Macdonald

An existential approach to working with people who experience psychosis: Core values and the therapeutic principles
Catherine Amphlett

ACT early: Acceptance and commitment therapy in early intervention in psychosis
Eric Morris & Joe Oliver

Just doing nothing: Reflections on the neglect of negative symptoms
Maria Griffiths

Access to talking therapies: The views and experiences of people from Black and minority ethnic communities in secondary care in East London
Ruth Morgan, Anoushka Khan, Fiona McFarlane, Lois Thomas & Shani Ram du Sautoy

Progressing service user involvement in early intervention in psychosis
Ross White, Susan Irving & Suzy Clark

Working with young people to challenge discrimination against mental health service users: A psychosocial pilot study
Catherine Sholl, Juan Korkie & Dave Harper

Recovery of what by whom?
Christopher Stowers, Rebecca Blacker, Suzanne Elliott & Laura Hayward

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