Email Address/Membership Number is required!
Password is required!
Account not activated. Check your inbox for the activation email, or follow Forgotten Password link to reset your account.

Clinical Psychology & People with Learning Disabilities Vol 10 No 2 September 2012

Clinical Psychology & People with Learning Disabilities Vol 10 No 2 September 2012

Access My Best Price

This is a PDF download licensed for personal use only – read full licence terms

Quick Overview

The newsletter is a quarterly publication to keep clinical psychologists working in the field of learning disability informed about:

  • Faculty and other relevant Society activities;

  • innovative practice changes in statutory provision and legislation related to people with learning disabilities;

  • latest research; and

  • training courses, events and conferences

It also provides a means for clinical psychologists, trainees and assistants to make contact with colleagues working with similar issues or projects.

This is a Special Edition edited by Sandra Baum on Systemic Approaches.




Guest Editorial
Sandra Baum

How do we know what to ask? Using pre-session hypothesising to develop systemic questions
Selma Rikberg Smyly

Something understood - something misunderstood
Henrik Lynggaard

Positioning theory and relational risk-taking: Connections when working with adults with learning disabilities and their families
Sandra Baum

It helps to untangle really complicated situations: 'AS IF' supervision for working with complexity
Mark Haydon-Laurelut, Elly Millett, Diane Bissmire, Sophie Doswell & Celia Heneage

Reflections on the use of the therapist's power in therapeutic interventions with people with learning disabilities
Nina Viljoen

Moving things to an independent life: The influence of narrative therapy on working with a woman affected by learning disabilities
Amanda Hilton

Remember my voice
Sarah Coles, Helen Caird & Selma Rikberg Smyly

Additional Information