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Clinical Psychology & People with Learning Disabilities Vol 7 No 4 December 2009

Clinical Psychology & People with Learning Disabilities Vol 7 No 4 December 2009

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Quick Overview

The newsletter is a quarterly publication to keep clinical psychologists working in the field of learning disability informed about:

  • Faculty and other relevant Society activities;

  • innovative practice changes in statutory provision and legislation related to people with learning disabilities;

  • latest research; and

  • training courses, events and conferences.

It also provides a means for clinical psychologists, trainees and assistants to make contact with colleagues working with similar issues or projects.



Steve Carnaby

Notes from the Chair
Theresa Joyce

Training 'IAPT' psychological well-being practitioners about learning disabilities - a joint approach:
Part 1: Planning and Evaluation
Celia Heneage, Kuljinder Dhanjal & Di Morris

Part 2: Some reflections from an 'expert by experience'
Di Morris with Kuljinder Dhanjal & Celia Heneage

The IAPT and minority groups - a cross service bid
Nick Taylor

The usefulness of the Learning Disability Screening Questionnaire (LDSQ) in a
Community Learning Disability Service
Louise Campbell-Jackson, Kimberley Merrick & Allan Skelly

A Better Future: A consultation on a future strategy for adults with autistic spectrum conditions
Alick Bush, Sheffield Health & Social Care Trust

Project: Evaluation of outcome measures for challenging behaviour interventions
Allan Skelly, Theresa Joyce, Julian Morris & Alick Bush

The effectiveness of community teams: A three-year follow-up study
Allan Skelly, Louise Campbell-Jackson & Minh-Lieu D'Antonio

Profile Analysis on the WISC-IV and WAIS-III in the low intellectual range: Is it valid and reliable?
Simon Whitaker & Shirley Gordon

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