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Psychotherapy Section Review No 65 Winter 2020

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The Section and its publication, Psychotherapy Section Review, is the main forum within the Society for psychologists and others who share an interest in psychotherapeutic psychology. It is concerned with the relationship between psychotherapy and psychology, and seeks to further an understanding of how social and cultural factors have a bearing upon psychotherapeutic theory and practice. This is a Centenary Special Issue on Group Psychotherapy.

 

Contents

Introduction: Collaboration – voices apart and together
Erica Brostoff

Editorial committees: Invitation

Letter from the Chair
Philip Cox

Strategic Aims and Goals of the Section
Philip Cox

Editor's letter
Erica Brostoff

Part 1: Collaboration in meeting clients' needs

Understanding 'Ed': A theoretical and empirical view of the internal eating disorder 'voice'
Matthew Pugh

Food practices, eating distress and the perils of bewildering interventions in 'eating disorders' treatment settings 
John Adlam 

The client's experience of coercive treatment
Joy Goodall-Leonard

How did I get here? A narrative exploration of arriving at talking therapy in a neurorehabilitation setting, co-written by a young adult patient and her therapist
Jess Walling & Helen Molden

Part two: Collaboration between clinicians and researchers

Review of: Principles of change: How psychotherapists implement research in practice (Eds.) Louis Castonguay, Michael J. Constantino and Larry E. Beutler
Erica Brostoff

Principles of change: A brief review of progress in its first year
Larry E. Beutler, Louis G. Castonguay & Michael Constantino

Part three: Collaborative opportunities to network between readers and contributors

Review of Patricia Churchill’s Consciousness: The origins of moral intuition
Steve Heigham 

Music and (narrative) psychology: A literature review 
Ghislaine T.M. Regout

Mind-forged Manacles 2: Science and Practice  
Sheelagh Strawbridge 

The past and future of psychiatry and its drugs  
Joanna Moncrieff 

Exploring integrating mindfulness Chinese Calligraphy Enhanced Therapy (CCET) as a complementary psychotherapy to bridge underrepresented Chinese clients in the UK
Juan Du 

What it means to see the neurons 'rush into the Brain' 
Letizia De Mori 

Student mentoring reports
An A-level student's learning from a psychology conference: My experience in attending my first psychology conference 
Ting Ting Lin 

An A-level student's experience of an intensive BPS Mentoring Placement: What makes a psychologist? - A beginner's voice
Wiktoria Dziurowicz, with contributions from Ho Law

 

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