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Clinical Psychology Forum No 322 October 2019

Clinical Psychology Forum No 322 October 2019

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Quick Overview

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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Contents

Regulars

Editorial
Ben Donner

News: Let's talk about it: Strengthening communication in the DCP

Correspondence

DCP UK Chair’s Update
Esther Cohen-Tovée

Books R Us
Jonathan Calder

Book Review – Abolishing the Concept of Mental Illness
Richard Hallam
Reviewed by Ben Donner

Book Review – My James: The heart-rending story of James Bulger by his father
Ralph Bulger & Rosie Dunn
Reviewed by Mike Berry

Articles

Operationalising equanimity in clinical practice: A mindful approach
Joey Yeshe Willson Weber

Room for work
Craig Newnes

Raising awareness of the relationship between trauma and psychosis: An evaluation of change in practitioners' knowledge and attitude following a one-day training course
Rea Cheetham, Thomas Campbell, Sonia M. Pace & Joanne Clarkin

An evaluation of an acceptance and commitment therapy group in an NHS adult community mental health team
Katie Place, Katie Veale & Sarah Douglass

The feasibility of an adapted parenting group for parents of children with moderate to severe intellectual disability
Georgina L. Barnes, Susanna Cole & Noeleen Morritt

An evaluation of an emotional wellbeing group for transgender service users attending a gender identity clinic (GIC)
Sue Cotton & Eileen Wood

Filling the void: Is emptiness an emotional flashback?
Caroline Spencer & Isabel Brunton

Feasibility of training qualified clinicians to deliver cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) with their clients in a busy secondary care context
Zoe Marie Gotts & Thomas Christodoulides

 

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