‘The Remembering Group’; facilitating a cognitive stimulation group in an inpatient health and rehabilitation setting.

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Peacock-Brennan, S., Jamal, S. and O’Sullivan, G. 2016. ‘The Remembering Group’; facilitating a cognitive stimulation group in an inpatient health and rehabilitation setting. Clinical Psychology Forum.
AuthorsPeacock-Brennan, S., Jamal, S. and O’Sullivan, G.
Abstract

A trainee clinical psychologist and two occupational therapists reflect upon the
experience of adapting a cognitive stimulation therapy group for an inpatient health
and rehabilitation setting. The adaptations, benefits and challenges of implementing
the group are discussed.

JournalClinical Psychology Forum
ISSN1757-2142
Year2016
PublisherBritish Psychology Society
Accepted author manuscript
Web address (URL)http://shop.bps.org.uk/publications/publication-by-series/clinical-psychology-forum/clinical-psychology-forum-no-288-december-2016.html
Publication dates
PrintDec 2016
Publication process dates
Deposited20 Dec 2016
Accepted13 Dec 2015
Copyright information© 2016 The British Psychological Society. This is a pre-publication version of the following article: Peacock-Brennan, S., Jamal, S. & O’Sullivan, G. (2016). ‘The Remembering Group’: Facilitating a cognitive stimulation group in an adult inpatient health and rehabilitation setting, Clinical Psychology Forum, 288, 39–43.
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