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Preface 1: Clinical psychologists at work 2: From the cradle to the grave 3: Tools of the trade 4: Frameworks used by clinical psychologists 5: Developing our identity as reflective scientist-practitioners 6: Current agreements and debates 7: Extending the reach of clinical psychology References Further Reading Index

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Professor Susan Llewelyn is Professor of Clinical Psychology at Oxford University, Senior Research Fellow at Harris Manchester College, Oxford, and Consultant Clinical Psychologist with Oxford Health NHS. She trained as a clinical psychologist at Sheffield and Leeds University and has worked in both the NHS and University sectors in Nottingham, Sheffield, Dorset, Southampton, Edinburgh, and Oxford. She has a particular interest in psychological therapies, and her clinical work has included therapeutic work with survivors of abuse. Professor Llewelyn has also developed expertise in professional issues, leadership, and teamwork, and has written, edited, or co-authored fifteen books and over one hundred academic and professional papers. She is a registered clinical psychologist, and Fellow of the British Psychological Society. After receiving her Master's degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of Amsterdam, Katie Aafjes-van Doorn earned a Master's in Psychological Research, followed by a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, at the University of Oxford, and gained registration in the UK. She has written several empirical and review papers on the process and outcomes of psychotherapy in community mental health settings, and co-authored chapters on 'psychologists as researchers' in the British Psychology Society's handbook and a 'process-outcome studies' in the APA Handbook of Clinical Psychology. Katie is currently accruing her postdoc clinical hours at Access Institute, a psychoanalytic therapy clinic in San Francisco.


insightful ... I would be recommending this as essential reading to any psychology student but probably more so to anyone who regularly has conversations with others about anxiety, stress or any psychological issues. Using this book will remind you that you are not alone. * Paul Watson, Nursing Times *
This is a well-balanced, accessible, and clear account of the practice, outlook, and training of clinical psychologists, drawing on clinical examples to illustrate how psychologists make their contribution a a valuable resource for laypeople, students, and fellow professionals. * Tony Roth, Professor of Clinical Psychology, UCL *

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