The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice: Volume 15 Issue 5

Issues for workforce development


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Promoting family inclusive practice in home treatment teams

Maria Griffiths, Jo Allen, Krisna Patel, Victoria Bell

Families play an instrumental role in helping relatives experiencing mental health issues to stay well. In the context of wider initiatives promoting family and carer needs, this…

Attitudes towards CBT in trainee clinical psychologists

Laura Jane Hancox, David M. Gresswell, Danielle De Boos

This paper aims to address how one Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy) programme contributes to the shaping of attitudes of its trainee clinical psychologists (TCPs…

Recovery processes within peer provision: testing the CHIME model using a mixed methods design

Grace Zeng, Donna Chung

Previous studies have pointed the need for more research, which explores how peer provision brings about change associated with recovery. This study aims to test Leamy’s…

Simulation training for police and ambulance services to improve mental health practice

Tasnim Uddin, Amina Saadi, Megan Fisher, Sean Cross, Chris Attoe

Emergency services face increasing frontline pressure to support those experiencing mental health crises. Calls have been made for police and ambulance staff to receive training…

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