Renewing the scientist-practitioner model
Last year, at the Centenary Conference in Glasgow, David Shapiro delivered the annual M.B. Shapiro Lecture in his father’s honour.
Clinical psychology, like the Society, is 100 years old. Throughout its life, clinical psychology has claimed a distinctive identity as a healthcare profession grounded in the science of psychology. But how well does that claim serve the profession, and how might it be strengthened as clinical psychology enters its second century?
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