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Clinical Psychology Forum No 217 January 2011 Special Issue: Clinical psychology getting lost?

Clinical Psychology Forum No 217 January 2011 Special Issue: Clinical psychology getting lost?

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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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  • Correspondence
  • From the Editor's Chair
  • News

Special Issue: Clinical psychology getting lost?

Clinical psychology getting lost? Accident, strategy or symptom?
Richard Hassall & John Clements

Not sure about the past, but certainly recognise the present
Eric Emerson

Expanding what we do without getting lost: Some reflections on Hassall and Clements and the provision of psychological therapies to people who have learning disabilities
Nigel Beail

Clinical psychology getting lost? Accident, strategy or symptom?
Jan Burns

Clinical psychology and intellectual disabilities: A promise never kept
Peter Sturmey

Glory days and the future of clinical psychology: A reply to Richard Hassall & John Clements
Tony Lavender & Roslyn Hope

Mixing radical protest with Eysenckian angst: A reply to Hassall & Clements
David Pilgrim

Response of the Midlands Psychology Group to Hassall and Clements
Midlands Psychology Group

Finding clinical psychology (again)
Derek Mowbray

Clinical psychology struggling against the tide: Shouldn't we be all be rowing together?
Jenny Taylor

Reports of our demise are premature
Peter Kinderman

Subterranean nostalgic blues? Our reply to the commentaries
Richard Hassall & John Clements


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