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Developing psychological support to people with Intellectual Disabilities

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Project Description

I would like to recruit a PhD student with an interest in working on issues relating to clinical psychology and Intellectual disability. I have an interest in adapting therapeutic psychological approaches to work with this group. I would be particularly keen to extend my work with forensic populations in this area. Examples of the work I would like to develop are reflected in the references below.

This project would be suitable for experienced clinicians who are developing interventions in practice for people with intellectual disabilities and would like to evaluate their efficacy.

Funding Notes

Self-funded students may wish to apply.

There are a number of currently open competitive studentship schemes at the University of Birmingham, and students are welcome to discuss their eligibility for these with the supervisor or the PG Admissions Tutor.

References

Rose, J. (2013) A preliminary investigation into the influence of therapist experience on the outcome of individual Anger Interventions for people with intellectual disabilities. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 41,4, 470-478.

Rose, J., Mills, S., Silva, D., Thompson, L. (2013) Testing a model to Understand the link between Client Characteristics, Organisational variables, Staff Cognitions and Burnout in Care Staff. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34, 3, 940 -947.

Willner, P., Rose, J., Jahoda, A., Stenfert Kroese, B., Felce, D. MacMahon, p., Stimpson, A., Rose, N. Gillespie, D., Shead, J. Lammie, C., Woodgate, C. Townson, J.Nuttall, J. Cohen, D., Hood., K (2013). Outcomes of a cluster-randomized controlled trial of a cognitive behavioural anger management intervention for people with intellectual disabilities. British Journal of Psychiatry.

Sandhu, D., Rose, J., Rostill-Brookes, H. And Thrift, Su (2012) It’s intense to an extent: A qualitative study of the emotional challenges faced by staff working on a treatment programme for Intellectually disabled sex offenders. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. 25, 308 – 318

Rose, J., Rose, D., Hawkins, C. and Anderson, C. (2012) A Sex Offender Treatment Group for men with Intellectual Disabilities in a Community Setting. Journal of Forensic Practice. 14, 1, 21 – 28.

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