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Clinical Psychology Forum No 253 January 2014

Clinical Psychology Forum No 253 January 2014

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Clinical Psychology Forum is designed to serve as a discussion forum for any issues of relevance to clinical psychologists, with articles, reports of events, correspondence, book reviews and announcements.







Notes from the Chair
Richard Pemberton

From the Editor's chair
Stephen Weatherhead

DCP Experts by Experience Column - The group formerly known as SUCLC
Coordinated by Jude Clarke

Ethics Column - The ethics of complicity?: Clinical psychologists and the contemporary 'dementia' narrative
Mike Bender


'I've never been in the army, but you've got to stick together': Applying interpretative phenomenological analysis to unfold 'Being' in a mandatory personal and professional development group
Philip Cox & D. Brown

A simple, powerful, randomised, clinically applicable N = few experimental design for evaluating intervention effects
Mike Cliffe

Please, sir, can I have some more? Developing a primary care-based psychological therapy service for people with eating disorders
Will Devlin

Developing a clinical health psychology audit programme in an NHS Foundation Trust hospital: Putting the Society's leadership framework into action
Judith Young

'Just take it away!' - Solution-focused, patient-centred help for people with intractable tinnitus
Dominic Bray, Tony Kay & Keith Bold

Using actigraphy to monitor sleep-wake patterns in bipolar disorder - A case study
Ben Bullock, Fiona K. Judd & Greg Murray

The use of the Bene-Anthony Family Relations Test in the family court context: A new methodology
Miriam Silver, Greg Stocks & Liam Gilligan

Nuggets of advice for conducting a thesis
Sanjeet Ghataore


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