Good Practice Guidelines for UK Clinical Psychology Training Providers: Training and Consolidation of Clinical Practice in Clinical Health Psychology

Good Practice Guidelines for UK Clinical Psychology Training Providers: Training and Consolidation of Clinical Practice in Clinical Health Psychology
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Edited by Hilary Rankin, Nick Ambler, Gary Latchford and Alex King.

Summary 

This document outlines the key professional capabilities of qualified clinical psychologists that are specific to working in the health specialty. It is primarily intended to inform clinical psychology training curricula and to assist managers in planning appropriate training and development for recently qualified clinical psychologists seeking to specialise in health. It may also be useful to service managers and commissioners for understanding how individuals trained in this speciality fit into an organisation and contribute to improving care.


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Contents

  • Purpose
  • Good Practice in Clinical Health Psychology
    • A. Psychological Models, Theories, and Knowledge
    • B. Assessment, Formulation and Intervention
    • C. Supervision, Teaching and Consultancy
    • D. Service Delivery and Organisational Issues
    • E. Service Evaluation and Research
    • F. Personal, Professional and Ethical Issues

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