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FPOP Bulletin 144 October 2018

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FPOP Newsletter - for Psychology Specialists Working With Older People.

 

Contents

Letters

Editorial
Katharina Reichelt

FPOP Annual Report
Sarah Butchard

Workstream update

FPOP Inpatient Workstream update
Natasha Lord & Gemma Graham

FPOP Outcomes Workstream update
Tresa Andrews

Special Section on Trauma

Introduction to Trauma Section
Polly Kaiser

Long time comin': The trauma of not telling for a lifetime and the possibilities of a trauma informed older people's psychological service
Stephen Davies

What is different about working with trauma in later life?
Imogen Sturgeon-Clegg

Complex trauma and current understandings of 'personality disorder' in older people
Kirsty Patterson & Sara Appleyard

Using EMDR for those in later life: Reflections on the literature and our experiences so far
Hayley Higson & Yvonne Woodward

The impact of early trauma in old age: A psychoanalytic perspective
Claire Appleton

General articles

Translating the BPS stepped care model into clinical practice: Establishing referral criteria for behaviour that challenges in dementia services
Katy Lee & Alan Howarth

'It plays a big part in the way I think about myself': An evaluation of a gardening group for people recently diagnosed with dementia
Rachel Woodbridge

Service evaluation: Impact of psychological input for people with dementia who are experiencing stress and distress
Emily Hemming, Farrah Rahemtulla, Julia Cook, Connie Smith, Vasiliki Kiageri, Aleena Yasin & Adam Qureshi

Person-centred care or neglect? A case study of an older adult diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia living in a care home
Ottilie Sedgwick & Helen Lister

A scarce resource: Psychiatrists' perceptions of referring over 75s for psychological therapy
Juanita Merriman, Pete Keohane & Emma Hodges

FPOP Conference hosting rota
 

FPOP Bulletin edition rota
 

 

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