Get social Connect with the University of Nottingham through social media and our blogs. Wynn, Chelsea Moral panics or monstrous offenders?: PhD thesis, University of Nottingham. The module complements the adult focus of PRS and ICI by emphasising common clinical problem presentations of infants, children, adolescents and older adults. Ang, Lip Tat An exploratory study of autistic-like traits and empathy deficits in male offenders and adolescents. Developing a tool to support diagnostic delivery of dementia.
Students report on data collected as a result of research plans developed in year 1 Research Proposal, RDE and submit a portfolio containing: This list was generated on Wed May 22 Research is conducted throughout the programme leading to the completion of a doctoral thesis at the end of the second year including a service related research project. Bailey, Tom James Executive functions as moderators of the neuroticism-burnout relationship. Biswas, Sanchia Rima Transitions into adulthood for children with a severe intellectual disability: Wade, Louise Understanding staff-level factors and patient aggression in psychiatric hospitals. Napolitano, Antonio Neurotransmitter profiling with high and ultra-high field magnetic resonance spectroscopy:
In this module students are introduced to a developmental perspective that tracks an individual across the lifespan, taking account of the diversity of different developmental trajectories, and consolidates knowledge and skills acquired in previous modules by framing these within the evolving challenges faced by individuals as they progress from birth to old age.
DForenPsy thesis, University of Nottingham. Bromley, Alison The traumatic effect of homicide in mentally disordered offenders and implications for treatment.
Bogdanovica, Ilze Tobacco control in the European Union. Jaber, Saad Sabet Developing a self-help guide for traumatised university students in Iraq.
Sammut Henwood, Kevin Anger dysfunction and its treatment among offenders. Higgs, Tamsin Sexual murderers: Jensen, Anita Yhesis benefits and challenges of interdisciplinary collaborations in arts and health practice. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 25 2 MSc Res thesis, University of Nottingham. Jack, Alexander Henry Childhood bullying and paranoid thinking.
This module also provides students with an opportunity to further their research project by undertaking a systematic review of the literature in their chosen area of interest. Working alliance and outcome effectiveness in videoconferencing psychotherapy: Napolitano, Antonio Neurotransmitter profiling with high and ultra-high field magnetic resonance spectroscopy: Research is conducted throughout the programme leading to the completion of a doctoral thesis at the end of the second year including a service related research project.
Davies, Kerry What is a crisis?: Students consider the nature of problems for which multi-person interventions are most appropriate. Please note that all module details are subject to change. Stennett, Sabrina Minority stress in people who identify as transgender: A purposive sample of twelve participants was recruited through adult mental health services.
Otete, Harmony Eroboghene Opportunities in UK primary and secondary healthcare settings to prevent alcohol misuse. Finlay-Carruthers, Gemma Experiences of family members of adult children in forensic services and their interactions with mental health professionals. Morris, Donna An investigation into the presentation of trauma in adolescents with a developmental disability and psychological treatment of trauma in adolescents.
DClinPsy thesis, University of Nottingham. MPhil thesis, University of Nottingham. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
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Millard, Emma Louise A mixed methods approach investigating cognitive changes in vicarious trauma within trainees and qualified therapists. A systematic review and meta-analysis. All trainees must pass all components of the programme. Bennett, Claire Developing a tool to support diagnostic delivery of dementia. Lineker, Jasmine Mary ‘It felt like I was giving a present to myself’: For additional requirements see the general information about entry requirements on the Clearing House websitealong with programme-specific information about entry requirements for the Trent Programme on the Trent Course Centre page of the Clearing House website.
In order to complete the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, you will be required to study the following modules: Practice learning takes place throughout the year and is based at placements in services in Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.
Teaching within the division is informed by current research. In order to complete the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, you will be required to study the following modules:.