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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
From the Editor's chair
DCP Update - Developing the narrative: Creating a shared paradigm shift towards an holistic view of mental health
Isabel Clarke, Martin Horler & Che Rosebert
DCP Update - Why do good people do bad things? DCP-NI advance understandings and solutions for health and social care...
Media Column - Cracker II: The Holy Grail
DCP Pre-Qualification Group Column - 'You're not just assistants': Reflections on The Liverpool Assistant Psychologist Group Conference
Stephanie Le Brun, Thomas Belfield, Lesley-Anne Bendik, Jayde Sayers & Charlotte Taylor
Development and evaluation of a 'one-stop workshop' for adolescents with Type 1 diabetes
Kalsoom Akhter, Anna Zeffertt, Ranna El-Khairi, Anjum Rafiq, Mark Evans & Nadeem Abdullah
Carer support in young onset dementia: Research and planning of a group intervention
Laura Green, Helen MacDonald, Gayl Keddie, Carol Raine & Aidan Phillips
'A rose by any other name...': An audit of service user and staff perceptions of the name of a complex trauma service
Lynda Russell, Jo McColl & Emma Lidstone
The introduction of an open-booking system for initial appointments in a Child Clinical Psychology Service
Simon Smith, Clemmie Walker & Charlotte Williams
How do we respond to feedback from people who use mental health services?
Sophie Westwood & Win Fleming
Motivational interviewing to reduce sexual risk-taking in men who have sex with men: The launch of a pilot service
Su Yin Yap
Developing indirect working skills as a trainee: Learning to conduct a training workshop for a multidisciplinary team
The things a patient taught me about borderline personality disorder: An insight into one relationship between a GP and her patient
Gyda Meeten & Jude Clarke
Series: Clinical Psychology Forum