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ClinPsy forum wants you!

Post by maven » Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:51 am

We need some volunteers to check and update the wiki entries, and to help us finish the content for the new issue of Aspire. There might also be the option to help out with our research, to explore income generation options for the site, or to review a book. So there are lots of opportunities to help make this site better and add something to your CV.

If this appeals to you, and you have some time and energy to contribute to our team, please get in touch with Miriam :)
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The fool thinks himself to be wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool - Shakespeare

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Re: ClinPsy forum wants you!

Post by Mishi » Thu Jun 13, 2019 7:32 pm

Is this opportunity still available?

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Re: ClinPsy forum wants you!

Post by maven » Fri Jun 14, 2019 10:32 am

Any member is welcome to help us check and update the wiki, ensure the links still work and the information is up to date. Here are some links to the posts that need checking, as they haven't been updated in the last 12 months:
maven wrote: Clinical Psychology versus Psychiatry

Completing the Supporting Information Section on Job Apps

Counselling Psychology

Current issues in NHS clinical psychology

Day in the Life of an IAPT Low Intensity Worker

Defense Mechanisms

Depression and risk of self-harm - assessment tools

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)

Differences between Research, Service Evaluation and Audit

Diversity in Clinical Psychology

Do I have to deal with poo or violence to get on the ladder?

Do I want to be a CP? What else could I do other than AP?

Does it matter where I live?

Doing postal surveys

Doing research - the basics

Effect size and power calculators on the web

Factors associated with getting onto clinical training

Formatting tips for academic/research reports

Formulation

Forum for aspiring educational psychologists

Freud - his ideas

Gender and sexuality in clinical training

General advice about studying psychology

General reading: Books of clinical interest

Having two CV's

Guidance for Approved Clinicians under MHA

Help, I've forgotten everything from my degree!

How are applicants short-listed for AP posts?

How do I critique a research paper?

How do I decide which post to take?

How do I get NHS ethics approval and Research Governance?

How do I learn about issues in the NHS if I don't work in it?

How do they decide which band a job is on Agenda for Change?

How hard is it to get onto clinical psychology training?

How should I approach a research vignette?

How should I prepare for my PhD interview?

How to get published

How to keep 'innovative practise to aid engagement' safe

How to write up your empirical project

IAPT, low intensity and high intensity worker roles

I'm a psychology graduate, why can't I work psychologically?

I'm anxious about the competition/role/doing stats!

I'm delivering therapy as an AP. How autonomous should I be?

Important statistical principles

Improving response rates to questionnaires

Incredible Years / Webster Stratton parenting program

Indirect Work, Consultancy, Training

Informal visits to departments prior to interview

Interview tasks

Interviews for Assistant Psychologist posts

Interviews for Consultant posts inc role of BPS Assessors

Job applications - putting a spin on things…

Jobs + courses – where they’re advertised

Key UK policy documents, legislation and clinical guidelines

Mental Health Difficulties across your career

Mindfulness

Moving Up to Consultant Grade: Expectations

My interests: Theory of Mind and Attachment

Narrative Therapy

Narrative Therapy reading material

New Therapist Anxiety

New Ways of Working

New ways of working - a debate (needs organising)

Outcome evaluation and service user involvement

Personality Disorder: What is it? does it exist?

Poster presentations

Preceptorship - Band 8 jobs that start at Band 7

Prejudice and Reflective Practice

Preparing for clinical psychology interviews: the truth

Private Court Work

Psychodynamic reading material

Psychometric Testing / Intellectual Assessment

Qualified in psychology abroad and want to work in the UK?

Qualitative methodology

Racial Equality

Randomised Controlled Trials: Gold Standard Research?

Reflecting: the impact of your own mental health on clients

Reflective Practice

Reflective questions at interview: how much to reveal

Reflections from selecting for a Clinical Psychology Course

Reflexive Practise

Relaxation exercises

Research Databases for Journals

Research participant recruitment: advice and information

Resources: Websites for Parents

Route to Clinical Psychology - Resources & Information

Scientist, Reflective, Critical Practitioners - you what?!

Secondary handicap in LD

Self-care, reducing work stress - and bridge metaphor

Short Counselling Courses

Skills for child and family work + adapting therapy for kids

Statement of Equivalence

Statistics: The basics

Strengths and Weaknesses + Questions for interview panel

String of jobs - Will it look bad on my CV?

Supporting information – How much do I write?

Systemic reading material

Talking about drug use and risk-taking behaviour

The A to Z of Clinical Psychology

The gigantic list of interview questions!

The Impact of Early Experience

The Mental Capacity Act

Tips for achieving high marks in academic writing

Useful downloadable resources for clients

Useful websites for help with statistics and research

Variety vs sticking with a good post

Vignettes: Case Studies and Research at Interview

Warm up exercises for a group

What if I don't make it? What careers are similar?

What if I have had mental health problems myself?

What is supervision?

What to do if a child discloses abuse

What to include in a research proposal

When can I fit in travelling into my career path?

When parents make a child ill...

Which Clinical Psychology Course? (under construction)

Which project should I do for my undergraduate dissertation?

Why are people motivated to be CPs? Implications

Why be in the BPS? Is it too expensive or redundant?

Why do people self-harm?

Why is CBT such a dominant therapeutic model?

Why is psychology such a popular area of study?

Working with anxiety and panic attacks
Please pick a few and post back here with what needs doing (use the quote function and then edit the quote, so I can paste it back into the wiki entry) and which you have checked. If one percent of our members did four each, we'd have them done in no time!
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The fool thinks himself to be wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool - Shakespeare

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Re: ClinPsy forum wants you!

Post by Punkgirluk » Fri Jun 14, 2019 10:45 am

Maven- have almost finished an updated version of week in life of LI IAPT worker do you want me to post it in this thread as a quote to copy and paste or would you prefer me to do something different with it?
Also wondering if the title could be amended to include PWP as that may be the term people search for?

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Re: ClinPsy forum wants you!

Post by miriam » Sun Jun 16, 2019 1:24 am

Feel free to either paste it here, or on the wiki concerned. The admins normally check for new posts since their last visit, and will see it either way. And I think the change in title is a good suggestion :)
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