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PSIGE Newsletter 117 October 2011

PSIGE Newsletter 117 October 2011

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PSIGE Newsletter - for Psychology Specialists Working With Older People

National Conference Edition




Letter from the Editor
Louisa Jackman

Letter from the Chair

Cath Burley

Letter from the Guest Editor

Claire Donaghey

Letter from the Convenor of PSIGE Scotland and Chair of Conference Organising Committee

Sandy McAfee & Cerys MacGillivray

An introduction from the Convenor of PSIGE Scotland

Sandy McAfee

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for dementia caregivers

Andrés Losada & María Márquez-González

Working psychologically with hallucinations in later life

Daniel Collerton, Robert Dudley & Urs Peter Mosimann

The challenges of equipping care home staff with psychosocial skills: Reflections from developing training in a novel approach to communication

Arlene J. Astell & Maggie P. Ellis

Cognitive rehabilitation for people with early-stage Alzheimer's disease

Linda Clare

Using Compassion Focussed Therapy to work with shame and self attack: A transdiagnostic approach (or moving from the Red zone into the Green zone!).
A reflection on Deborah Lee's workshop
Jean McFarlane

Treating depression in dementia: A pilot dyadic cognitive behavioural approach

Donna Gilroy, Ken Laidlaw & Guy Holloway

Poster Presentations

IAPT and people with dementia in residential care - a training programme for care home staff

Ross Warwick & Fionnuala Edga

Effort testing in neuropsychological assessments in Scotland

Anna Graham & John Higgon

The lived experience of depression in older women: An interpretative phenomenological analysis

Anna Graham & John Higgon

Psychological formulation as a basis for changing inpatient staff understanding of psychosis

Karen Barton & Jon Williamson

Is the Doors and People a valid memory test for older adults?

Lucy S. Birch

Reminiscence work in dementia care

Ruth Elvish, John Keady, Philippa Gardener & Sammi-Jo Lever

Devising a new interpretation method for the Cambridge Cognitive Examination (CAMCOG)

Rose Knight

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) group intervention for older adults: A pilot evaluation of psychological outcomes

Larisa Butenko, Emma Harris & Claudia Coelho

Investigation of carers' satisfaction of patient care during admission to a physical health rehabilitation ward for older people

Elizabeth Reilly, Amanda Stevenson, Susan Conaghan & Jackie Dingwall

A systematic review of the accuracy and clinical utility of the Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination and the Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination - Revised in the diagnosis of dementia

Stephanie Crawford


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