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Using video technology to manage mental health
Individualised recovery values are becoming increasingly important in the care of people with intellectual disabilities and mental health needs. This article describes how a man with a mild intellectual disability and ...
Vulnerability and protection talk: Systemic therapy process with people with intellectual disability
Background Vulnerability and protection are key concepts within the literature relating to systemic therapy for people with an intellectual disability ((ID)). This paper explores the processes by which these concepts were ...
Perceived barriers and facilitators to positive therapeutic change for people with intellectual disabilities: Client, carer and clinical psychologist perspectives
Studies have highlighted successful outcomes of psychological therapies for people with intellectual disabilities. However, processes underlying these outcomes are uncertain. Thematic analysis was used to explore the ...
Striking the balance: A grounded theory analysis of staff perspectives
Studied constraints and enablements experienced by direct care staff working with adults with profound learning disabilities, by means of the grounded theory form of qualitative analysis. Staff from 4 units of 19–49 yr old ...
The feasibility of psychomotor therapy in acute mental health services for adults with intellectual disability
Background Psychomotor therapy enables people to reflect on the relationship between experiences and feelings by starting from awareness of bodily responses rather than from awareness of emotion. In this study we examine ...
Adapting individual psychotherapy for adults with intellectual disabilities: A comparative review of the cognitive-behavioural and psychodynamic literature
Background Historically, adults with intellectual disabilities have had little access to individual psychotherapy. Over the last 20 years an increasing body of literature has described psychotherapy with this client group ...