Full Issue: Vol 1, Issue 2, October 2020.
Conducting remote psychological assessments for vulnerable adult clients
in family proceedings: Evidence-based practice considerations for complex
Leanne Horrocks, LMH Clinical Services, Suffolk, UK; Jane L. Ireland, School
of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, UK and Ashworth Research Centre,
Mersey Care NHS Trust, Liverpool, UK.
The Epidemic in a Pandemic: Initial perspectives of the impact of
coronavirus upon domestic abuse in the United Kingdom
Colin Rogers and Daniel Welch, Faculty of Life Sciences & Education, University of
South Wales, UK.
How #MeToo may ignite reform in Australian sexual assault laws: A legal
Lisa G. Coates, Centre for Law & Justice, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, NSW,
Generation Rx: A Preliminary Study of College Students and Prescription
Sami Abdel-Salam; Mary Brewster; Michele B. Bratina; Katie Bradley, Department
of Criminal Justice, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, USA; Julie Perone,
Counseling and Psychological Services, West Chester University of Pennsylvania,
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and their relationship to BMI in
a developmental disorder adolescent population
Deborah Morris, Academic Centre & Research Centre, St Andrew’s Healthcare;
Elanor Lucy Webb, Research Centre, St Andrew’s Healthcare; Karolos Dionelis,
Academic Centre, St Andrew’s Healthcare; Emma Parmar, Child and Adolescence
Mental Health Service, St Andrew’s Healthcare; Paul Wallang, Research Centre,
St Andrew’s Healthcare, England, UK.
From evil to live: A case study on a woman’s journey through EMDR
for severe trauma
Phyllis Annesley, Laura Longdon and Stephanie Hinchliffe, Clinical and Forensic
Psychology Service, Rampton Hospital, Nottinghamshire, UK.