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    Guideline for the role of practitioner psychologists in the assessment and support of women considering risk-reducing breast surgery

    The guidelines have been developed by a working group of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Clinical Psychology Faculty for Oncology and Palliative Care.

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    Dear prospective clinical psychologists

    Choosing which courses to apply for to undertake your professional clinical training is one of the most important decisions in your journey towards becoming a clinical psychologist.

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    Starting your DClinPsy training? Here’s five tips to help you get started

    It’s that time of year where, if you’re a clinical psychology trainee, you’ll be embarking on the next step on your journey – starting your DClinPsy training.

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    Psychological interventions for people with Huntington’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, motor neurone disease, and multiple sclerosis

    This guidance focuses on psychological interventions for specific psychological outcomes in adults experiencing each of these four neurological conditions.

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    People with learning disabilities are still being discriminated against - fundamental change is required

    Reports on the experiences of individuals with learning disabilities (aka intellectual disabilities) in England during the coronavirus pandemic have made for sobering reading.

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    What kind of public health and prevention work is currently undertaken by UK clinical psychologists?

    It is too early to know what toll Covid-19 has taken on the nation’s mental health, but there is concern that services could buckle under the impact of a world turned upside down.

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    Communicating a diagnosis of dementia

    The focus of this paper is on issues around sharing a diagnosis of dementia with the person with dementia and the family.

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    Climate change and psychology

    The following blog has been produced by Tony Wainwright and Annie Mitchell on behalf of the DCP Southwest Branch Committee.

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    How my Jewish Heritage has inspired my work as a psychologist

    At the time of writing, we have just come to the end of the eighth day of Hannukah, the Jewish festival of lights.

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    Its time to stop mopping and turn down the taps – taking prevention seriously in child mental health

    Next week is Children's Mental Health Week, and in recognition of this we are pleased to present the following post from Julia Faulconbridge, in which she discusses the importance of prevention and early intervention in ensuring that our children grow up in good mental health.

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    Guidelines for clinical psychology services

    These Guidelines for Clinical Psychology Services have been produced by the Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP) to establish and disseminate national standards for clinical psychology services.

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      • A psychological perspective on hoarding

        27 July 2015

        Ella Rhodes reports on new guidelines from the Division of Clinical Psychology.

        • Social and behavioural
      • We don’t have to be homogeneous – we just have to hear each other

        02 February 2018

        Lexie Thorpe reports from the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society's Division of Clinical Psychology.

      • 'There is no normal journey'

        20 March 2018

        Rebecca Fellows reports from the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Societies Division of Clinical Psychology Prequalification Group.

      • Jude Clarke 1967-2016

        15 November 2016

        British Psychological Society Division of Clinical Psychology-Scotland Service User and Carer Representative from 2010-2016.

        • BPS updates
      • 'Be the grit in the oyster'

        31 March 2016

        Ella Rhodes reports from the Division of Clinical Psychology Pre-Qualification Group Annual Conference.

      • ‘That whole journey you do with the patient takes a lot of skill and time'

        05 March 2019

        Our editor Jon Sutton meets Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist and Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Neuropsychology, Katherine Carpenter.

        • Neuropsychology
      • Figure showing influences on a person and their health

        Becoming whole

        31 July 2023

        Jennifer Poole looks to repair the Cartesian divide in mental health care, including through the Division of Clinical Psychology’s Faculty of Holistic Psychology.

        • Health
      • Pockets of resistance and change

        28 January 2020

        Ella Rhodes and Jon Sutton with a few highlights from the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society's Division of Clinical Psychology, in Solihull.

      • Stick figures in a circle with one in the centre

        Widening our research base

        18 May 2004

        Dorothy Fielding (Vice Chair of the Division of Clinical Psychology) interviews Til Wykes about the Mental Health Research Network.

        • Methods and statistics
      • Candles lit for obituary

        Obituary: Dr Gemma Gray 1970-2022

        04 October 2022

        For more than two decades, Dr Gemma Gray held various positions on the Faculty for People with Intellectual Disability committee within the Division of Clinical Psychology.

        • BPS updates
      • Open head with megaphone news

        News, February 2007

        18 February 2007

        Pro-anorexia websites; gifted children; bullying report; Division of Clinical Psychology annual conference; and more

        • BPS updates
      • Explaining the unexplained

        18 December 2013

        Richard J. Brown, winner of the Society’s Division of Clinical Psychology May Davidson Award, proposes a model of ‘medically unexplained’ symptoms

        • Research