Louise Canacott (DClinPsy trainee) and Dr Nima Moghaddam publish new article

Louise Canacott – a DClinPsy trainee- and Dr Nima Moghaddam have had a new article published:

Canacott, L., Moghaddam, N., & Tickle, A. (2019). Is the Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) efficacious for improving personal and clinical recovery outcomes? A systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/prj0000368

The meta-analyses revealed that, relative to control conditions, WRAP was: (a) superior for promoting self-perceived recovery outcomes (demonstrating a small-but-significant pooled effect), but (b) not superior for reducing clinical symptomatology. However, restriction to randomized-controlled trials revealed one small effect favoring WRAP for reducing depression.

DCLinPsy trainee Louise Calver and Dr Nima Moghaddam publish new study!

Congratulations to Louise Calver (a DClinPsy trainee) and Dr Nima Moghaddam have had a new article published examining how patients adjust to to the experience of head and neck cancer.

For those interested in reading the paper, the reference is below:

Calver, L., Tickle, A., Biswas, S., & Moghaddam, N. (2019). How patients adjust psychologically to the experience of head and neck cancer: A grounded theory. European Journal of Cancer Care,
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/ecc.13068

Dr Ross Bartels (and colleagues) publish new paper in Frontiers in Psychiatry

Dr Ross Bartels (and colleagues Dr Robert Lehmann & Dr David Thornton) have published a paper in the open-access journal Frontiers in Psychiatry (Forensic Psychiatry).

The paper is entitled ‘Validating the utility of the Wilson Sex Fantasy Questionnaire with men who have sexually offended against children‘. It examines whether one of the oldest self-report sexual fantasy measures is valid and useful for use with men who have sexually offended against children, as well as men who report some level of sexual interest in children but have not offended. The study highlights some strengths and limitations that are useful for forensic clinicians and researchers to consider.

The paper can be read and downloaded here – https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyt.2019.00206/full