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Newsletter of the Division of Clinical Psychology Scotland. This issue explores issues of leadership and high-quality care: two concepts which are inextricably linked, and in which applied psychology - not just 'clinical' psychology - is of paramount importance.
Letter from the Editor
Letter from the Chair
DCP-S Plans and Perspectives
We're listening - our response to your feedback
Trudi Dickson & Alison Clark
Lights, camera ... (the DCP-S) Action (Plan)
How you can stand up for psychology in Scotland
How we've been standing up so far
Developing Clinical Psychology in Scotlands
Responding to trauma is everybody's business: The creation and implementation of Scotland's new National Trauma Training Strategy
Sandra Ferguson, Caroline Bruce & Sharon Doherty
Killing three birds with one stone? Stress Control in schools for pupils, parents and teachers
The treatment of eating disorders: Successes, failures and the need for new options
The Emotional Resources Group: The development of a brief emotion regulation skills training programme for secondary care
Thomas Bacon, Andrew Summers & Frances Baty
DCP events, and joint events
Psychological perspectives on working with the 'hard to reach' in psychosis ... question is, who are the 'hard to reach'?
Hard to reach: Coercive system or defective gene?
Evidence that we can all work together
Are we too nice to be effective therapists?
Making sure we have the necessary conversations
Same conference, diverse experience
Kirsty Fawns & Edel McGlanaghy
In praise of reward
Series: DCP Scotland