The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice: Volume 16 Issue 6

Issues for workforce development

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Improving multiple exclusion homelessness (MEH) services: frontline worker responses to insecure attachment styles

Nikoletta Theodorou, Sarah Johnsen, Beth Watts, Adam Burley

This study aims to examine the emotional and cognitive responses of frontline homelessness service support staff to the highly insecure attachment styles (AS) exhibited by…

Confidence levels of exercise physiology and dietetic students’ pre- and post-practicum within mental health facilities

Kelsey Griffen, Oscar Lederman, Rachel Morell, Hamish Fibbins, Jackie Curtis, Philip Ward, Scott Teasdale

This paper aims to examine student exercise physiologists (EPs) and student dietitians’ confidence regarding working with people with severe mental illness (SMI) pre- and…

Motivation to lead in trainee clinical psychologists: service evaluation of a UK doctorate programme

Charlotte L. Hassett, David M. Gresswell, Sarah V. Wilde

This paper aims to explore whether a United Kingdom (UK) clinical psychology training programme (the programme) was effective in producing graduates who are confident in…

Psychological vulnerability and coping among management students during COVID-19 pandemic

Bijaya Kumar Sundaray, Pragyan Sarangi, Soumendra Kumar Patra

In light of growing concerns related to the psychological vulnerability during the pandemic, this study aims to examine the impact of fear or trauma of COVID-19 on stress…

Supporting minority groups in schools – reflections on training education mental health practitioners

Helen Woodley

This study aims to reflect upon the first wave of training of Education Mental Health Practitioners (EMHPs), a new National Health Service role to provide support for…

Training school teachers in Malawi about substance misuse and trauma: the need for a sustainable strategy

Nicola Evans, Rhiannon Lane, Gemma Stacey-Emile, Anthony Sefasi

The World Health Organisation found depression to be the fourth leading cause of disability in Malawi (Bowie, 2006) with the prevalence of mental health need in children…

Cover of The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice

ISSN:

1755-6228

Online date, start – end:

2006

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editors:

  • Dr Anne Felton
  • Prof Di Bailey
  • Dr David Crepaz-Keay