Chapter 5 - Clinical Practice - Set B
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A clinical psychologist’s skills are deployed in which four areas?
In the UK, mental health problems contribute to up to _______ of the burden of disability.
In order to move on to formulation, what is combined with relevant client information?
The UK’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies scheme tends to deliver what kind of evidence - based treatment?
Clinical psychologists are expected to adopt what kind of approach to their work?
Since 2009, clinical psychologists in the UK have been regulated by which agency?
Reading about research, attending conferences and undertaking further qualifications are all examples of what?
Those wishing to train as a clinical psychologist need to ensure that their psychology degree confers GBC of the BPS. What does this mean?
Which of the following is included by Repper & Perkins (2006) as important features of recovery?
Applications for clinical training courses in the UK are managed through the:
The typical approach taken by the UK is to see recovery from mental illness as a(n):
A doctor who has undertaken further training in mental health problems is called a:
With whom might a clinical psychology trainee work during a clinical placement?
Others involved in the provision of mental health services include therapists who help people adjust to the practical demands of normal day-to-day life. They are called: