Clinical Psychology & People with Learning Disabilities Vol 10 No 3 December 2012

Clinical Psychology & People with Learning Disabilities Vol 10 No 3 December 2012
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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 guest edited by Celia Heneage, Nicky Gregory and Rowena Rossiter on Groups.




Guest Editorial
Celia Heneage, Nicky Gregory & Rowena Rossiter

Groups Mind Map
Celia Heneage, Rowena Rossiter, Sarah Phillips & Nicky Gregory

What do we know about group work in current psychological clinical practice? Feedback from an email survey of clinical psychologists in the UK
Celia Heneage & Corrie Neilson

A history of the world... of groups for people with learning disabilities... in 10 objects
Rowena Rossiter

The 'Feeling Better Together' group
Celia Heneage & Nicky Gregory

A social skills for friendships group for people with learning disabilities: Considerations for facilitation and reflections on the process
Elizabeth A. Dawes, Fiona Laver & Fleur Newton

A friendship group for adults with learning disabilities
Liz Marlow

Hurtful Relationships: A group intervention for women with learning disabilities
Catherine Martin, Janet Shelmerdine & Emma Hollingworth

Mindfulness and acceptance in group work with people with learning disabilities
Jonathan Williams

Mindfulness: A reflection
Cathy Thomas

'Talking about Anger': A narrative therapy group for people with learning disabilities
Laura Baxter & Esther Wilcox

Psychodynamic psychotherapy groups for adults with learning disabilities: A journey
Emma Rye

Sharing experiences of grief - a loss and bereavement group for people with learning disabilities
Noelle Blackman

Setting up a group for LD adolescents at risk of sexual offending: 'Thinking Under Fire'
Lisa Greenspan

Balancing planning and adaptability in facilitating group work for people with learning disabilities
Suzanne Whittall & Lucy Courtney-Brisbane

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