What is “Clinical Psychology Today” ??
Clinical Psychology Today is a new Irish journal for Clinical Psychologists, circulated to subscribers with previous editions published online. It aims to provide a space in which Irish Clinical Psychologists can communicate the challenges and joys of this work. It seeks to publish pieces that outline new initiatives, explore and challenge current practice, and which provoke debate and discussion in the Clinical Psychology community. The journal is disseminated widely across all grades of Clinical Psychology in Ireland.
Articles submitted to Clinical Psychology Today are double-blind peer reviewed by a network of reviewers located across Ireland. As well as well as reaching a significant proportion of the Clinical Psychology community directly through a model of free subscription, it also further extends its reach through its commitment to being an ‘open access’ journal. Articles from past editions of Clinical Psychology Today are available through the Irish healthcare article online repository ‘Lenus’ – see http://www.lenus.ie.
What’s it got to do with me?
We’re putting the call out across the profession to submit articles to the journal that capture your concerns, your passions and your ideas about our shared work. We’d love your article to be in it!!
But what to write?
See the link below for some guidance on the types of articles welcome. Still stuck? See links below to previous published articles.
How to write it?
Please don’t struggle alone! If you’ve got a good idea and are looking to put it on paper, get in touch. We’ve got a central team, and a broad network of supporters, who can offer some guidance and signpost you in the right direction.
Who to send it to?
Please send all articles to firstname.lastname@example.org
With thanks and warm wishes,
The Clinical Psychology Today team
CPT Noticeboard and Author Instructions:
Who we are, writing for the journal (copyright/licencing/review process/publication ethics), joining CPT See https://wp.me/p9j78H-1a.
Full editions of the Clinical Psychology Today
Clinical Psychology Today Vol 1 Issue 1 click here
Clinical Psychology Today Vol 2 Issue 1 click here
Clinical Psychology Today Vol 2 Issue 2 click here
Clinical Psychology Today Vol 3 Issue 1 click here
Clinical Psychology Today Vol 3 Issue 2 click here
Clinical Psychology Today Vol 4 Issue 1 click here
Clinical Psychology Today Vol 4 Issue 2 click here
Previous published articles:
First Edition Foreword – https://wp.me/p9j78H-17
- 6 Threats to the sustainability of Clinical Psychology – https://wp.me/p9j78H-3W
- “Not just a disease with a pair of legs” Chronic Disease Self-Management https://wp.me/p9j78H-1g
- Challenging the current approach to addressing mental health difficulties https://wp.me/p9j78H-Z
- Being a Trainee Clinical Psychologist: Reflections 1Yr On – https://wp.me/p9j78H-11
- Service User Experiences of Ward Programmes https://wp.me/p9j78H-1u
Second Edition Foreword https://wp.me/p9j78H-3u
- Managing Boundaries in the Therapeutic Relationship https://wp.me/p9j78H-4
- Psychological Factors of Intrusive Thoughts in an Irish Student Population https://wp.me/p9j78H-38
- An evaluation of a Group Psychosocial Intervention for Clients with Schizophrenia https://wp.me/p9j78H-34
- Young persons’ views of CAMHs https://wp.me/p9j78H-2V
- Referral patterns of perinatal women in Adult Mental Health Psychology Services https://wp.me/p9j78H-2O
Third Edition Foreword https://wp.me/p9j78H-4s
- The lived experience of Assistant Psychologists in clinical settings https://wp.me/p9j78H-4u
- Ethical Practice? The role of Psychology in the socio-political context https://wp.me/p9j78H-4x
- Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: A Hidden Disability. https://wp.me/p9j78H-4B
- The effect of the therapeutic alliance on psychotherapy outcomes. https://wp.me/p9j78H-4F
- The prevalence of mental health difficulties presenting to an Irish CMHT https://wp.me/p9j78H-4J
Fourth Edition Foreword Click here
- ASSISTED DECISON-MAKING ACT (2015): KEY PRINCIPLES FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS. Click here
- ASSISTED DECISON-MAKING ACT (2015): PRACTICE IMPLICATIONS Click here
- EVALUATING A STEPPED-CARE APPROACH IN PRIMARY CARE Click here
- REFLECTIONS ON PATHWAYS TO PAID ASSISTANT PSYCHOLOGIST ROLES Click here
- DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A LITTLE EXPLORED AREA IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY Click here
Fifth Edition Foreword Click here
- RISE AND SHINE: WELLNESS PROGRAMME FOR ADOLESCENTS IN CAMHS Click here
- PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF PSORIASIS. Click here
- RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SIBSHOP PROGRAMMES Click here
- THE PSYCHOLOGICAL BENEFITS OFMBCT FOR OLDER ADULTS Click here
- ARE IRISH CMHTs ‘SET UP TO FAIL’? Click here
Sixth Edition Foreword Click here
- Distinguishing Post- traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) from Complex PTSD – Click here
- The Experiences of Living in an Emergency Reception and Orientation Centre in Ireland –Click here
- The Power Threat Meaning Framework (PTMF) and Covid-19 – Click here
- Mental Health Stigma: An Exploration of Certain Irish Service Users’ Experiences and Coping Processes – Click here
- Society’s Anxiety – Click here
- Who We Are / Contributing to CPT – Click here
- CPT Diversity Statement – Click here
Seventh Edition. Foreword Click here
- Reflecting on clinical training during a pandemic. Click here
- The evolution of self-care: from explicit techniques to implicit awareness . Click here
- An exploration of body-centred countertransference in Irish Therapists. click here
- The relationship between childhood trauma and psychosis: a review of the literature. Click here
- The experience of grief in special education: support for staff on deterioration and death of students. Click here