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Clinical Psychology Forum No 265 January 2015

Clinical Psychology Forum No 265 January 2015

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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.


 

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Contents

Regulars

Editorial
Jade Weston

Correspondence

DCP Announcement - New initiative to help clinical psychologists work with commissioners extended to all DCP members

Experts by Experience Column - Our stories: Reflections on opening our doors to the public
Josh Hines, Kelly Norman & Rachel Brown

Ethics Column - On 'defensive psychology': Should we push people who are homeless away or strive to see those who are 'invisibled'?
Suzanne Elliott

Government Task Force on Children and Young People's Mental Health and Well-being
Julia Faulconbridge

Book Review - Psychology, Mental Health and Distress
by John Cromby, David Harper & Paula Reavey
Reviewed by David Pilgrim

Notes from the Chair
Richard Pemberton

Articles

The processes of social exclusion
Peter Cockersell

Why long.term homelessness begins and ends with the mind Martin Seager

Clinical psychology: A rare and essential resource in commissioning quality services for homeless people
Nick Maguire

Breaking down barriers: Clinical psychology and psychiatry in a mental health service for homeless people
Philip Timms & Kathy Taylor

Minding the margins: An innovation to integrate psychology in a homeless hostel environment
Emma Williamson & Kathy Taylor

Bridging the gap: A model for facilitating mainstream psychological and mental health service provision for socially excluded people with complex needs
Tara O'Neill & Barney Wells

When it comes to working with people without homes, where is clinical psychology?
Rachel Brown

What can we do? How we position ourselves as trainees when it comes to social exclusion
Isabel Brunton, Kerry Clarke, Emma Dunne, Carly Keyes, Ellen Mackey, Soad Nasr & Katherine Nutt

 

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