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The newsletter is a 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 intellectual 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.
FPID News column
Laura Phalp, Katrina Scior & Kate Theodore
Psychological therapies and people who have intellectual disabilities: A new report from the Faculties for People who have Intellectual Disabilities of the British Psychological Society and the Royal College of Psychiatrists
Shahid, 'the peacock' and 'the tiger': A collection of stories explored in narrative therapy about 'being a good man', 'confidence' and 'trying hard'
Emma Micallef-Konewko & Sandra Baum
Who needs friends? Review of a friendships and relationships group pilot
Rosanne Cawley, Jenna Westbrook, Lucy Shattock & Jill McGarry
'The newspaper group': A psychology-led open group in an inpatient unit for adults with intellectual disabilities
Samuel Coe & Esther Wilcox
The clinical challenges of introducing a new behaviour monitoring tool in a residential service for people with autism and learning disabilities
Debbie Coton, Stacey Parker & Sara Da Silva Ramos
A comparison of the estimated prevalence of dementia in adults with Down's syndrome with the recorded cases in Hyndburn and Ribble Valley
Adam Postlethwaite, Isobel Lamb & Clare Brown
Abstract of Clinical Psychology 2015 Doctoral Thesis - The transition into adulthood for children with a severe intellectual disability: parents' views
Sanchia Biswas, University of Nottingham, UK
Division of Clinical Psychology - Faculty for Intellectual Disabilities Response to NHS England Service Model for Commissioners of Health and Social Care Services - Supporting people with a learning disability and/or autism who display behaviour that challenges, including those with a mental health condition