Christopher Clulow

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One hundred and sixteen heroin misusers were assessed at hospital clinics regarding their contact with General Practitioners (GPs), their routes of referral and their estimation of GP reaction to a consultation regarding heroin misuse. Thirty-nine (25%) had not previously contacted their GPs for drug misuse; 103 (89%) approached the specialized clinics(More)
The centenary of John Bowlby's birth provides a context for considering the policy, research and practice legacies that he left for practitioners working in many different fields supporting couples and families. Part historical, and part forwardlooking, this paper considers the links between attachment in the infant-parent dyad that was at the heart of(More)
This paper examines the extent to which sexual problems featured in one year's applications to a specialist marital agency and the degree of match between client and agency in the way these problems were understood. Sexual dysfunction is seen as having a functional aspect, capable of drawing attention to sensitive areas in marriage and yet of deflecting(More)
No simple, direct equations can be drawn between attachment security and outcomes for children from the research presented in this special issue. Instead, a more complex picture emerges, and one that is likely to be convincing to clinicians. Psychotherapists, whose clinical gaze is drawn to relationship process rather than behavioral category and who need(More)
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