Meet the authors of the ‘Very Short Introduction’ series of books.
Clinical psychology treats people who are facing difficulties or changes in their lives. Approaching personal distress as an unhappy outcome of certain ways of thinking, behaving and relating to the world. Susan Llewelyn will summarise how practitioners work with people experiencing challenging circumstances, to try and help change what is distressing or concerning them.
Suitable for age 14+
Susan Llewelyn is an Emeritus Fellow at Harris Manchester College, Oxford. She is Consultant Clinical Psychologist at the Oxford Health NHS FT. Professor Llewelyn’s research interests include the development of the profession of clinical psychology, leadership and team working, psychological therapy process, therapeutic ruptures and helpful factors in psychotherapy.
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Start Time: 12:15
End Time: 13:00