Critical Issues in Clinical and Health Psychology


Poul Rohleder

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    This book was an initial rough idea about two years ago. Its completion would not have been possible without the encouragement and support of colleagues, friends and family. There are some specific people that I would like to thank. I am very grateful to Michael Carmichael and Sophie Hine and the rest of the team at Sage Publications for all their encouragement, advice and help throughout the production of this book. Thank you also to the two anonymous peer reviewers for their very helpful comments and suggestions of early draft chapters. This book was in large part made possible from the support of a sabbatical from Anglia Ruskin University. I'd also like to thank Sue Rathe for her assistance in researching some of the literature. Particular thanks to Ronelle Carolissen, Leslie Swartz and Rachel Cook for their insight and helpful comments on earlier drafts of some of the chapters. A personal thanks to Mark for his continuous support, and putting up with lost weekends.

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    Dr Poul Rohleder is acting programme leader and principal lecturer in psychology at Anglia Ruskin University, UK. He is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist and works as an honorary clinical psychologist at the sexual health clinic at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. He is also an honorary senior lecturer at the department of psychology, Stellenbosch University, South Africa. He completed his clinical training in South Africa, which is where he became interested in the public health aspects and psychosocial consequences of HIV/AIDS. His doctorate explored the provision of HIV prevention for people with disabilities in South Africa, and he has continued to work on projects in this area. He is lead editor of the book HIV/AIDS in South Africa 25 Years On: Psychosocial Perspectives (published by Springer in 2009, co-edited with Leslie Swartz, Seth Kalichman and Leickness Simbayi).

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