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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.
Potential use of the Two-Factor Model of Affect as a tool for coding observations of emotion states
Do staff think behaviour guidelines are effective? An evaluation of the use of behaviour management guidelines in 16 residential houses
Tanya Pearson, Roger Look & Paul Chamberlain
What it takes to set up a DBT service for adults with a learning disability: The lessons so far
Aubrey Baillie, Sean Slater, Ruth Millington, Helen Webb, Geoff Keating, Simon Akroyd, Chris Ford, Colleen Brady, Julie Swash & Ellen Twist
Are we meeting the emotional and mental health needs of adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities?
Stephanie Nadany & Catherine Hunter, South Birmingham PCT
Specialist, palliative and rehabilitative care for adults with learning disabilities
Jo Lee & Suzanne Conboy-Hill
Minutes from AGM 2009
Learning Disability Special Interest Group (Southern Region)