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Clinical Psychologists' attitudes towards homelessness

14 July 2019

Homelessness is an increasing social phenomenon and homeless people are among the most vulnerable and socially excluded in society, often finding it difficult to access the help they need. A large proportion of people who are homeless experience serious and severe mental health difficulties.

The present study aims to investigate Clinical Psychologists' attitudes towards homelessness and the factors influencing them.

Requirements

  • Clinical Psychologists working in secondary care mental health NHS settings.

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Ethical approval

The study was granted full Ethical Approval by the University of East London Ethics Committee.

About the researcher

I am a Trainee Clinical Psychologist studying at the University of East London.

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