Evaluation of a Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Service for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities: Rationale, Design and Preliminary Outcome Data

@inproceedings{Beail1996EvaluationOA,
  title={Evaluation of a Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Service for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities: Rationale, Design and Preliminary Outcome Data},
  author={N Beail and Sharon Warden},
  year={1996}
}
The debate concerning the provision of psychotherapy services for people with intellectual disabilities has moved on from issues of ‘relevance’ through ‘equity’ to the current issue of ‘effectiveness’. The latter is hard to prove from the available research and clinical literature. In this paper we report preliminary results from an evaluation of a psychodynamic psychotherapy service for adults with intellectual disabilities. We present the rationale and design, including details of process and… CONTINUE READING

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