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Clinical Psychology Forum No 255 March 2014

Clinical Psychology Forum No 255 March 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.





Stephen Weatherhead


Ethics Column - 'Facing the unspeakable': Clinical psychology and trauma
Steven Coles

Service User and Carer Liaison Committee Column
Jo Hemmingfield

Stuart Whomsley

DCP Update - Ten years of the Holistic Faculty
Stuart Whomsley

DCP Update - Membership Services Unit
Cath Burley

Notes from the Chair - Leadership bombs and our strategic intent
Richard Pemberton


The experiences of parents and teachers who use social stories for children with autism spectrum disorders
Danielle Moore, Barry Wright, Chris Williams, Kate Moore & Paul G. Dempster

Equal access to psychological therapy in diverse inner-city populations: An audit of referrals within a Community Mental Health team
Nell Ellison & Tom Boyd

Enhancing the integration of psychological services for stroke patients through the development of a protocol for neuropsychology and IAPT services
Nigel King, John Pimm & Andy Tyerman

Empowering communities through ex-service user co-facilitation
Alexia Trafford & Elaine Potter

The transition between CAMHS and AMHS for looked after children: Mind the gap
Kate Ellis, Rebecca South & Fergal Jones

The Health of the Nation Outcome Scale Payment by Results (HoNOS PbR): Clinician and service user perspectives on the tool
Jennifer Shead & Penny Priest

Volunteering with NHS psychological services: Costs, benefits and personal perspectives
Simon Stuart, Michael Killoran Ross, Laura Alexander & Kerry Ross

Clinical psychology trainees' experiences of supervision
Michelle Waldron & Michael Byrne

As a 'NASTY' clinical psychologist, am I statistically (professionally) insignificant?
Raman Kapur


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