Clinical Psychology, Third Edition offers an introduction to clinical psychology as it is operating on the ground – delivering clinical interventions, supervision, consultation, leadership, training and research, in rapidly changing health and care services.
This new edition of Clinical Psychology brings together practitioners, researchers, and people who have used the services of clinical psychologists to explain how clinical psychologists work, the evidence that their work is based on, and how it can change peoples’ lives for the better. The book explains the core principles of clinical practice, as well as outlines the role of a clinical psychologist within a healthcare team. It covers issues involved in working with children and families, adult mental health problems, people with disabilities and physical health issues, and the use of neuropsychology. In this fully revised third edition, every chapter has been brought up to date with developments in research and practice, and chapters have been added regarding the important fields of working with autistic people and working with people in forensic mental health services.
Given the popularity of clinical psychology for many undergraduate and graduate students, the contents of this text have been designed around teaching and learning features that can be used as the basis for an intermediate or advanced-level course that will allow students to learn both breadth and depth about clinical psychology.
Table of Contents
Introduction G. Davey, N. Lake, A. Whittington
Section 1: What is Clinical Psychology?
1. What Does a Clinical Psychologist Do? F. Jones, C. Hartley
2. The Art and Science of Psychological Practice N. Lake, A. Whittington
3. Working in Teams – Different Professions, Different Models of Care and the Role of the Clinical Psychologist P. Casares, N. Lake
Section 2: Working with Children and Families
4. Working with Children M. John
5. Working with Families G. Lee, R. Singh
Section 3: Working with Adults in Psychological Difficulty
6. Working with Depression K. Cavanagh, C. Strauss
7. Working with People with Anxiety Disorders A. Moulton-Perkins, A. Whittington, M. Chinery
8. Working with People with Psychosis M. Hayward, S. Meddings, J. Harris
9. Working with People with Personality Disorders B. Solts, R. Harvey
10. Working with People with Eating Disorders R. Pantke, N. Joughin
11. Working with People with PTSD M. Crowley, I. Santos, N. Grey
12. Working with People in Forensic Mental Health Services M. Lawson, L. Minchin
Section 4: Working with People with Disabilities and Physical Health Problems
13. Working with People with Intellectual Disabilities J. Burns
14. Working with People with Autistic People D. Howard, A. Roberts
15. Working with People with Physical Health Problems A. Busuttil, A. Moulton-Perkins, M. Tuite
16. Working with People with Dementia J. Shepard, S. Stapleton, M. Jeal
17. Working in Neuropsychology A. Reason
Section 5: Current Professional Issues in Clinical Psychology
18. Clinical Psychology: Past, Present, Future A. Whittington, N. Lake
19. Moving Forward into Clinical Psychology C. Strauss, M. John
Graham Davey is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the University of Sussex and former President of the British Psychological Society, UK.
Nick Lake is the Director for Psychology and Psychological Therapies and Director of Clinical Strategy at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. He is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and specialist in veteran mental health services.
Adrian Whittington is National Lead for Psychological Professions at NHS England and Improvement, and Health Education England. He is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist.