PSIGE Newsletter 111 July 2010

PSIGE Newsletter 111 July 2010
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Item # MZCAT-643
ISBN 1360-3671

Summary 

South Thames edition. A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of psychology specialists working with older people.

 

Description 

Contents

Letter from the Editor
Louisa Shirley

Letter from the Guest Editor
Jo King

Letter from the Chair
Don Brechin

All-age mental health services: A re-definition of the Older Adult Specialism
Alison Kirkpatrick

All-age mental health services versus an Older Adult Specialism: A response to Alison Kirkpatrick
Jo King

The Psychology of Later Life Module at the University of Surrey: To what extent does it adhere to PSIGE recommended syllabus content?
Amy Straughan, Ian Kneebone,  Arlene Vetere & Tushna Vandrevala

IAPT supervision: A new experience
Miranda Weller

Developing a family-inclusive mental health service for older adults
David Gracey & Marcus Averbeck

Developing a new structure for delivering a Therapy Service
Meg Rolleston & Ariane Zegarra

HOPE for the future: Gaining an insight into the experiences of people with dementia
Sally Stapleton, David Moore,  Gill Constable & Kirsty Jones

Developing and delivering a psychotherapeutic group on an acute psychiatric ward
Jacqueline Bryant, Vikki Kelly & Ariane Zegarra

Living even better with dementia: Helping families living with people in the later stages of dementia
Alison Kirkpatrick & Andrew Russ

Care for carers: Memory Clinic caregiver assessments
Jouko Koecher

Using Dementia Care Mapping during assessment and intervention in the Home Treatment Service for Dementia: Advantages and challenges
Christine Slaughter & David Wilkie

Moving forward: Post-diagnostic groups for people with a mild dementia
Katie Snow

The Dover/Deal Memory Support Group: Client and relative feedback
Christine Slaughter

Managing bereavement: A consultation with the nursing staff of a medical ward for older people
Helen Stirk, Ian Kneebone & Donna Penn

Survey results: What is the estimated prevalence of personality disorder in older people accessing secondary care mental health services and what provisions might be required?
Liz Gordon

Personality Disorder: Developing services through the re-distribution of resources
Jo King

Professional self-care, co-consultation and reflective space: Processing and learning from our experience
Rachael Davenhill & Sheila Damon

PSIGE, HPC and the DCP: What can the DCP do for you?
Caroline Williams

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