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Clinical Psychology Forum No 197 May 2009

Clinical Psychology Forum No 197 May 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.





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Client and referrer satisfaction with a specialist perinatal mental health service
Claire Blackburn, Suzanne Glendenning, Marjorie Finnigan & Paul Skirrow

Is it possible to influence lifestyle choices people make who have a severe and enduring mental health problem? A Motivational Interviewing principles group approach
Lorna Relton, Rebecca Frost & Lucy Gamble

Doubly damned in the mental health system: Diagnosed and deemed diverse
Steven Coles & Sarah Fairbank

Service user perspectives on cognitive behavioural group therapy follow up
Anthony C. Theuninck, Jennie Metaxa-Barham & Sarah Harmon

Psychologists, psychosis and CMHTs: The experience of working in CMHTs
Sarah Dilks, Patricia Smith, Liz Doherty, Pramila Lala & Leo Estall

Setting up a group for adults with a learning disability who have been bullied
Clare Marriott & Helen Rae

Day therapeutic community services for people with personality disorder: A new approach
Kate Hellin, Michael Göpfert, Dave Atkinson, Joyce Davies, Phil Hartley, Keith Hyde, Simone Mallett, Nora McClelland, Lyn Russell, Lesley Shilling & Dave Winn

Meeting the training needs of recently qualified clinical psychologists in Yorkshire
Lorraine King, Simon Hamilton, Anita Wraith, Claire Ackroyd, Clare Calvert & Julia Coakes

The challenges and experiences of trainees pursuing clinical psychology training straight from their undergraduate degree
Katy Lee, Tushna Vandrevala & Mary John

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