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IPD Conference 10th April 2019

19th April 2019 – Save the Date for the IPD Conference. Click here for details, timetable and booking. Advertisements

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Intellectual Disability and Psychotherapy: The Theories …

Intellectual Disability and Psychotherapy: The theories, practice and influence of Valerie Sinasoncharts the impact of the noted psychotherapist’s work with children and adults with learning disabilities upon both a generation of clinicians and the treatment and services her work transformed…

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Latest Newsletter

Read our 2018 Spring/Summer Newsletter Here

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Summer 2017 Newsletter

Click here to read the Summer 2017 Newsletter from IPD

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Out Now – Dr Alan Corbett’s new book

IPD are pleased to announce that IPD Fellow and founder member Dr. Alan Corbett’s new book ‘Psychotherapy with Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse: The Invisible Men’ has just been published as part of the Karnac Forensic Psychotherapy Monograph Series. This…

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Patients and Carers Experiences around Epilepsy

“Sometimes, it just stops me from doing anything”: A qualitative exploration of epilepsy management in people with intellectual disabilities and their carers Click here to read more of the open access article

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FREE EVENING SEMINAR The Unkindest cuts: the painful reality of disability  When: 1st July 2016 – 18.30 – 20.15 Where: The Freud Museum, 20 Maresfield Gardens, London NW3 5SXT Format:  45 minutes presentation chaired by Valerie Sinason, break for 15 minutes,…

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Tavistock Adult Depression Study (TADS)

Click here for the TAD study

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IPD Annual Conf 2015

2nd Oct 2015: IPD Annual Conference, AGM and workshop – “Working together: Psychotherapy and Positive Behaviour Support”. For the flier please click IPD 2015 Conference  

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LGBT – Improving practice for people with learning disabilities

LGBT – Improving practice for people with learning disabilities

5 October 2015. Birmingham

A day aimed at front line staff, families and anyone interested in the lesbian, gay or bisexual and gender dysphoria community of people with learning disabilities.

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