What works for whom in clinical psychology training? Unpicking dominant discourses shaping training experiences

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Wood, N. and Butler, Catherine 2017. What works for whom in clinical psychology training? Unpicking dominant discourses shaping training experiences. Group of Trainers in Clinical Psychology Annual Conference 2017: Change and Development Through Involvement. Bath, UK 06 - 08 Nov 2017
AuthorsWood, N. and Butler, Catherine
Year2017
ConferenceGroup of Trainers in Clinical Psychology Annual Conference 2017: Change and Development Through Involvement
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