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Clinical Psychology Forum No 319 July 2019

Clinical Psychology Forum No 319 July 2019

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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. This is a short stories special issue.





Editorial – Nature and neoliberalism
Ben Donner


Ethics Column – What is and what ought to be: Transgenderism and free speech
David Pilgrim

DCP UK Chair’sUpdate
Esther Cohen-Tovée

Book Review – When Young People with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism Hit Puberty: A parents’ Q&A guide to health, sexuality and relationships
Freddy Jackson Brown & Sarah Brown
Reviewed by Hazel Sanderson

Books R Us
Penny Priest

Literally Anything… Second world stress
Jilian Geary

Featured article

Early psychological interventions following a major incident: The case of the Manchester Arena attack
Alistair Teager, Abigail Methley & Noreen Tehrani


Whiteness and clinical psychology: Acknowledging its presence and role in perpetuating racist trauma
Libby Nugent

An ACT and physiotherapy group for adolescents experiencing chronic pain
Sheli Algranati & Danielle Lambert

Psychologists use of email with clients
Matt Stainsby

A pilot of a six week compassion-focused therapy group intervention in an adult secondary care mental health community treatment team
Sonia M. Pace & Thomas Campbell

Demanding disruption: Extinction Rebellion and changing psychology
Annie Mitchell, Shira Rub & Tony Wainwright

Beyond the title: What does it mean to be an assistant psychologist?
Shaw Tearle, Charlotte Haith & Margaret Townsend

Cognitive analytic approaches in care homes for older people: Reflections on practice, potential barriers and future directions
Ian Asquith


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