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4k in '14 for World Mental Health Day 10 October 2014.
Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival is taking place between 1st to 19th October 2014.
A Growing Recognition For Specialist Care In Dementia Cases
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For information and support
Below are links to related websites that you may find useful.
www.ageuk.org.uk - Support for later life issues
www.alzscot.org - Dementia information, advice and support
www.anxietyuk.org.uk - Information relating to anxiety
www.autism.org.uk - Information and support for autism
www.crusescotland.org.uk - Charity for bereavement support
www.depressionuk.org - Information relating to depression
www.mentalhealth.org.uk - Mental Health Foundation
www.ocduk.org - Information relating to ocd
www.penumbra.org.uk - Supporting mental health and well-being
www.relationships-scotland.org.uk - Counselling and mediation
www.samaritans.org - 24 hour emotional support
https://sportsmindscotland.com - Sports Psychology
Please note that whilst we have provided the above links, Forth Psychological Services are not affiliated with any of the above organisations.
Selected Articles by Dr Kathryn Quinn:
Power, M., Quinn K. and Schmidt S. (2005). Development of the WHOQOL-OLD Module. Quality of Life Research, 14 (10), pp 2197-2214.
Quinn, K. M., Laidlaw, K. and Murray, L. K. (2009), Older peoples' attitudes to mental illness. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 16, pp 33–45.
Roach, L., Laidlaw, K., Gillanders, D. and Quinn K. (2013). Validation of the Caregiver Guilt Questionnaire (CGQ) in a sample of British dementia caregivers.
International Psychogeriatrics, 25 (12), pp 2001-2010.
Selected Articles by Dr Eimear Coyle:
Coyle, E., Karatzias, T., Summers, A., Power, M.
Emotions and emotion regulation in survivors of childhood sexual abuse: the importance of ‘‘disgust’’ in traumatic stress and psychopathology (2014). European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 5, 23306.
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